Explore the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont on a three-day birding adventure. We will look for boreal species such as Black-backed Woodpecker, Gray Jay, Spruce Grouse, and Boreal Chickadee, in addition to 18-20 nesting warblers. Our base is Island Pond. On Friday we get an early start at the famous Moose Bog and South American Road, where we could encounter some of the boreal birds. Later in the day we will visit the Silvio O. Conte Wildlife Refuge. On Saturday we will visit several different habitats in Orleans County including Lake Willoughby considered by some to be the Lac Lucerne of the United States, the Barton River marshes, and Eagle Point WMA on the Canadian border. On Sunday we will travel to the Victory Bog WMA, another location for boreal birds and end the day at mid afternoon. Participation is limited; please contact the leaders for further information.