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23 Huntsmans Way, Milton Ernest, Bedfordshire, MK44 1SA, Milton Ernest, VT (Map) (Set as Local)
07949368374 - Main Phone Number

Tree Specific Ltd Milton Ernest Vermont

Validated on October 9th, 2019.

Additional Directions: At Tree Specific our vision is to provide high quality tree care with a genuine interest in the conservation and care of local trees. From helping to prevent future problems and managing existing ones. We specialise in everything from tree planting to tree removal. Our tree surgeons in Bedford provide the very best service possible and are highly experienced.


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Ice Cream Social to Celebrate Bridges to Birds
Posted on: 4:31 pm Tue Jun 21st, 2016
Saturday, July 30, 2- 4 pm
We'll officially mark the opening of the bridge phase of our Bridges to Birds project with
tributes, conversation, and plenty of ice cream.
Pollinator Habitat Demonstration Gardens Growing at the Birds of Vermont Museum
Posted on: 1:14 pm Tue Sep 1st, 2015
The Birds of Vermont Museum and the Huntington Historical and Community Trust are collaborating on developing Pollinator Habitat Demonstration Gardens.
Birds of Vermont Museum Newsletter - November 4, 2014
Posted on: 4:40 pm Tue Nov 4th, 2014
Ah, November. And December. It's very quiet, suddenly. We do have a few things for your calendars, and one edit (postponement).
Daughter remembers Bob Spear - Burlington Free Press
Posted on: 1:06 pm Thu Oct 30th, 2014
When I was a little kid, I had no idea my father would one day have his own museum. I didn't even know he carved birds.


Visit the Carvings and More
The Museum's displays, the surrounding 100 acre bird sanctuary/nature preserve, and the bird viewing window offer visitors a unique opportunity to see and study birds that will not fly away!

The birds have been carved by Robert Spear, Jr., a native Vermonter, who is one of Vermont's foremost naturalists and woodcarvers. Additional birds are carved by his skilled apprentice, Ingrid Riga, curator. Their current project is the Fall Migration/Wetland Diorama (see more in our blog).

Several picnic spots with tables are available at the Museum, just outside the front door and at a nearby pond, a short walk away. Each year between 4000-5000 adults and children visit the Museum. Audubon Vermont is located just down the road from the Museum, convenient for combined visits.

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