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VINS Nature Center offers special educational live bird programs! Admission includes entrance to Exhibits, Nature trails, and Avian Rehab in action. Open picnic areas, beverages and snacks are available at the Nature Store. The VINS Nature Center is...more
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Loved it here. They have a pretty impressive collection of raptors and really provide an entertaining tour of all of them. There are terrific trails on the grounds and plenty to do. I was impressed by the facility. If you like birds you should check...More
My husband and I visited this great facility while on a fall foliage trip. We are bird lovers, especially owls. On the day we stopped by we were able to catch a bird presentation in the auditorium where we were able to see owls and...More
It was neat to see this place finally. A good amount of display birds of prey with lots of Information. The site was smaller than I expected and we even walked the mid-length trail. The whole visit was 2 hours. Very small gift shop. Lots...More
This nature center is located adjacent to Quechee Gorge. The nature center focuses on birds, particularly raptors. They have many different species of raptors in large, well kept cages. They also do demonstrations and lectures during the day. They also have nature trails, some of...More
We visited on a very hot August day. A few small tables are available in front of the main building and there are many picnic tables once you enter the Nature Center itself - some are under a roof. As one enters to pay the...More
I visited VT specifically to see this nature center. Admission is approx. $15 per person which is a little expensive, but knowing the money goes towards bird rehabilitation is a nice compromise. We walked through a meadow and then down to the main attraction -...More
We were meeting family for lunch in Quechee and had planned on maybe the Billings Farm Museum or the Marsh-Rockefellar Home across the street but after lunch we saw a sign for raptor demonstrations and decided to take the turn and see what there was...More
Everyone was that works here is amazing. Knowledgeable, friendly and engaged. The presenters are great with children, they do not talk down to them but really communicate with them. Best raptor program. Beautiful eagles!