Introduction to Bird Identification and Field Walk at Mount Lebanon Historic Site, Sep 21

Blue-Headed Vireo at the museum’s property. By Chris Franks, Alan Devoe Bird Club.

Join Shaker Museum | Mount Lebanon and Alan Devoe Bird Club in the first of a series of free workshops and bird walks at the Mount Lebanon historic site. Up to 100 species of birds are reported to potentially inhabit the woodlands and wetlands in the area of New Lebanon, NY where the Shakers once lived, and yet only 32 species have been identified since 2014. Help us get to 100!

Please bring your own binoculars and smart phones to the workshop and download the free app, Merlin Bird ID by Cornell Lab, onto your phone before arrival. New birders and walk-ins welcome!

Saturday, September 21, 2019 / 8am – 10pm

Mount Lebanon Historic Site
202 Shaker Rd
New Lebanon, NY 12125

Register here



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