Wright Park considered for bird protection project

MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury Area Land Trust Executive Carl Robinson told the Middlebury selectboard Tuesday about a proposal for a habitat management project to help sustain some dwindling “state and regional priority bird species” at Wright Park.
Robinson cited the golden-winged warbler as an example of the species that the project would help protect at the park.
MALT, Middlebury College and Audubon Vermont would undertake the project, with potential funding from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Work would include clearing some invasive plant species, shrub land and some trees.
The selectboard gave its OK, with the caveat that they and the town’s lawyer have a chance to review the specific work that would be done in what is a public park.

Share this story:

More News
News Uncategorized

Fresh Air Fund youths returning to county

The Fresh Air Fund, initiated in 1877 to give kids from New York City the opportunity to e … (read more)

Obituaries Uncategorized

Mark A. Nelson of Bristol

BRISTOL — A memorial service for Mark A. Nelson of Bristol will be held 1 p.m. on Saturday … (read more)

Sports Uncategorized

High school athletes ready for fall playoffs this week

See when your favorite high school team is competing in the fall sports playoffs.

Share this story: