In an effort to keep connected with our friends and patrons in this time of Physical Distancing we are offering remote programming via the platform of your choice.  If you would like to sponsor a public livestream or schedule a private remote program contact us!  We are also able to offer most of our programming at your outdoor location.  Contact us to learn more or schedule a program.

Museum program income is a significant part of covering our operating costs.  Thank you for your continued support.

In addition to private programs we have a variety of public outreach programs on the calendar.

Vermont Raptors - Zoom Presentation


6:00 pm

The Castleton Public Library in Castleton on Hudson, NY will be hosting a remote New York Raptors program.  Keep an eye on the Library’s page for information on how to sign up for this up close, interactive look at some amazing birds of prey!  http://www.castletonpubliclibrary.org/

Wildlife Tales - Dover Free Library, Dover, VT


6:30 pm

Join us at the Dover Free Library for an outdoor evening of Stories and Live Animals!  We’ll spend some time exploring tales from around the world featuring the same live animals that we will bring along to share.  A sound system allows us to physical distance and the Library’s tent allows us to go rain or shine!

A Summer Evening’s Stroll


7:30 pm

Museum Educator, Michael Clough, will lead us on a full-moon walk to the top of Mount Olga for a look at the night life of the Hogback Mountain Conservation Area.   Due to COVID-19 restrictions, pre-registration is required and physical distancing criteria will need to be followed.  Specifics will be dependent on State and Federal recommendations as they stand in August.  Contact he Museum for more information or to pre-register.  (802) 464-0048

Vermont Raptors – Bennington Public Library, Bennington VT


2:00 pm

Join us on the libraries back lawn to talk about the Birds of Prey!  Meet a live hawk, falcon and owls up close and personal.  This interactive program is intended to spark questions and discussion for all ages.  The Museum’s sound system allows us to present to physically distant groups without conflicting with COVID-19 guidelines.

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West Marlboro, VT 05363
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