Moosalamoo national recreation area

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Moosalamoo (pronounced moose-ah-la-moo) is derived from the Abenaki word “Mozalômo” meaning “moose call, song or sound”


Birding

Moosalamoo NRA is a bird lovers and bird watchers paradise. Rattlesnake Cliffs has breeding peregrines--the trail and cliffs are typically closed from May to August so that nests aren't disturbed.  Silver Lake often has breeding loons and in the forest one can find a variety of wood warblers, thrushes, barred owls, flycatchers, vireos and winter wrens.

Otter Creek Audubon is the nearest Audubon Society chapter and occasionally hosts guided walks within MNRA.

While the brochure is now out of print, you can download the Moosalamoo Birding Guide to see the variety of species that make their homes or travel through MNRA. 


Moosalamoo Association is grateful for support from its members and many local businesses.


Stewardship Provided By:



Benefactors, Supporters & Friends
Addison County Regional Planning Commission, Brandon Inn, IPJ Real Estate, Lilac Inn, Middlebury Natural Food Cooperative, Moosalamoo Ultra Race, National Bank of Middlebury, Olivia's Croutons, Two Brothers Tavern, Vermont Association of Snow Travelers, Vermont Sun Fitness Centers, Visual Learning Systems, Whittaker Real Estate, Wonder Walks.


Moosalamoo Association is a registered 501(c)(3).

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Moosalamoo Association
P.O. Box 148
Brandon, VT  05733

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