Protecting birds and their habitats
Photo: Tom Rogers/Vermont Fish and Wildlife
Putting Working Lands to Work For Birds and People
Helping protect priority birds of the Champlain Valley
Keeping Common Birds Common
Learn about Audubon Vermont's role in Bald Eagle Recovery
Vermont Common Terns make a comeback
Peregrine Falcon recovery efforts in Vermont
Vermont has identified 17 Important Bird Areas and four Important Bird Area Complexes
Helping birds thrive and survive in a changing climate
From bird watching to winter tracking, maple sugaring to pond scooping, our goal remains the same: to connect people with nature.
Lawmakers need to hear from you. By signing up for Audubon Vermont's Action Alerts, you will get the latest news on proposals that impact birds -- and have an opportunity to weigh in.
Join Audubon's Plants for Birds. With our native plants database, you can easily find the best plants for the birds where you live.
Adults, preschoolers, foresters, photographers, sugarmakers and families will all find opportunities to connect with nature.