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Virtual Vermonter - Dead Creek Wildlife Refuge

Located near Vergennes in Addison County, the Dead Creek Wildlife Refuge offers some of the finest birding ground in the northeast. In the summer, visitors can kayak or canoe down the Dead Creek and find numerous species of heron, duck, owl and hawk. It's in the fall and spring, however, that the Refuge really offers something unique for birders. This is when the thousands of snow and Canadian geese drop into the Refuge's fields and marshes to rest during their yearly migration.

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