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Gray JayVermont Bird Tours offers unforgettable birdwatching experiences. We're your gateway to the amazing blend of color, song and flight expressed only in the lives of birds. Our groups are small, friendly and easygoing. And your guide, Bryan Pfeiffer, is dedicated to the discovery and enjoyment of wildlife and wild places. Below is some news for 2013.


EARLY SPRING IN NORTH CAROLINA
Escape the last of winter for early-spring birding. Black Rail; Red-cockaded Woodpecker; five species of southern warblers; Nelson’s, Sharp-tailed and Bachman’s sparrows; Painted Bunting; shorebirds; and a bit of seabird watching. Here are the details.

Kirtland's Warbler MAGEE MARSH TO POINT PELEE IN MAY
No place is better for spring migration than the famed Magee Marsh (where warblers sit at arm's length) and Point Pelee National Park (where anything is possible.). Waves of migrants include 30 warbler species. Kirtland's is possible. Here are details.

DECEMBER EDITION OF FIELD NOTES
Winter birding and photography, icy salamanders (sort of), and spring outings are among the features in this month's edition of Bryan's micro-newsletter. Click here for a view. Or subscribe by sending Bryan an email.

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