Join Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department photographer Tom Rogers for a workshop on wildlife and nature photography, hosted by Audubon Vermont.
(Waterbury Center, VT)
Co-hosted by the Shutesville Hill Wildlife Corridor Partnership
Native plants provide food and shelter for birds and wildlife.
Co-hosted by Vermont Woodlands Association, Vermont Tree Farm Program, Audubon NY, New York State Tree Farm Program, and the Woods, Wildlife, and Warblers program
Co-hosted by Pride Center of Vermont, Outright Vermont, and Prism Center at UVM
Co-hosted by Audubon Vermont, Pride Center of Vermont, Outright Vermont, and Prism Center at UVM
Help us engage people of all ages in education, conservation and action. Audubon Members receive camp and program discounts as well as Audubon Magazine.
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.