The Nature Museum at Grafton PO Box 38 / 186 Townshend Road Grafton, Vermont 05146 802.843.2111 firstname.lastname@example.org
Herricks Cove Wildlife Festival features a wide array of activities,
presenters, and events, including:
- Creepy Crawly Critters Workshop with Amos Natural Science Education Services
- Live hawks, owls and other critters with the Southern Vermont Natural History Museum
- Hawks and Owl Workshop with the Vermont Institute of Natural Science
- Butterflies with Jerry Schneider: Workshop and painting t-shirts
- Bird Banding with Chris Rimmer of the Vermont Center for Ecostudies
- Soap Carving Workshop with Erin Talmage of the Birds of Vermont Museum
- River Walk with Kelly Stettner of the Black River Action Team
- Early Morning Bird Walk with Don Clark (before the Festival opens)
- Deformed Frogs with Carol Drummond
- Face Painting with Sam Maskell and Moira Stettner
- Fly Tieing with Thomas Drummey
- Fly Fishing with Mitchell Harrison
- Puppet Show Workshop with Lindsay and her Puppet Pals
- Animal Tracking Workshop and Walk with Lynn Levine
- Education Table with a Master Gardener
- Plants for sale with Morning Star Perennials
- Windmill Hill Pinnacle Association
- Putney Mountain Assocation
- Troy Wunderle's Big Top Adventures workshop
Suggested donation is $2 per person and $5 per family. Parking is free.
No pets, please! Pets interfere with the live animal programs. Thanks!
Herricks Cove Wildlife Festival
Sunday, May 3, 2015
Looking for more wildlife fun?
A special celebration of wildlife:
live animals, crafts, workshops,
vendors, food, & more!
Directions to Herricks Cove:
From the north: Take Exit 6 off I-91 and bear right off the ramp onto Rt. 103 south. Follow 103 to its junction with Rt. 5 (103 ends there) and turn left on to Rt. 5 north. After descending the hill and crossing the Williams River, take the first road to the right (Herricks Cove Rd.). Watch for signs.
From the south: Take Exit 6 from I- 91 and at the end of the ramp turn left on to Rt. 5 north. Follow Rt. 5 past the junction with Rt. 103 (sharp right at the junction). After descending the hill and crossing the Williams River, proceed with directions above.
Funded by: TransCanada Hydro, HB Energy Solutions, Imery’s Talc,
Ben & Jerry's Homemade, Bellows Falls Rotary,
Mascoma Savings Bank, and Eagle Optics.
Presented by: Ascutney Mountain Audubon Society, The Nature Museum at Grafton, Vermont Fish and Wildlife, & TransCanada Corporation.
Handicapped Accessible • No Pets • Directions Below
Admission: Suggested Donation, $2/person, $5/family