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This museum, located on Sherman Hollow Road, contains 175 exhibits, including 350 life-size carvings of birds. Each display includes a male and a female of the species a well as the nest, eggs and vegetation typical of their habitat. A bird observation area with live sound is available.

Location: 900 Sherman Hollow Rd., Huntington Vermont 05462 Telephone 802-434-2167

Other Wildlife Viewing nearby:
(Keeseville) Ausable Chasm
(Huntington) Birds of Vermont Museum
(Plattsburgh) Champlain Valley Veterinary Services
(Lake Placid) Jones Outfitters
(Warren) Mad River Valley
(Waitsfield) Mad River Veterinary Service

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