Watch for wildlife. You might get lucky and see bluebirds, turkey, squirrels, pheasants, bear, and deer. On February 4, 1998 near the sugarhouse during the first night of boiling, coyote pups were heard and seen. In July 2003, two adult coyote and 5 pups made this field their playground. During tapping in Feb 2008, a bald eagle was spotted. Many blue bluebird houses are established around open fields on Hurry Hill Farm. Want to help a maple tree??? Put up a blue bluebird house!! Bluebird’s favorite food is the gypsy moth and the gypsy moth is a very real pest to sugar maple.
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