Birdathon Audubon Vermont
Birdathon Audubon Vermont
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Audubon Vermont Birdathon

Making Birding Count
It's never too late to Donate to Birdathon! Photo: Audubon Vermont
It's never too late to Donate to Birdathon! Photo: Audubon Vermont
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Audubon Vermont Birdathon

Making Birding Count

WHAT IS BIRDATHON?

Birdathon is one of Audubon Vermont’s biggest fundraisers of the year. Our goal this year is to raise $30,000. Help us meet our goal!

We begin our journey bright and early to travel through forests, fields & along rivers and ponds to see, hear, and identify as many of our feathered friends as possible within a 24-hour period.

We keep a record of the number and variety of species that we find, which we'll publish here afterwards!  Through generous sponsorships from friends, family & Audubon supporters, we raise essential funds to maintain Audubon Vermont's education programs, science initiatives and Green Mountain Audubon Center facilities.

HOW DO I BECOME A SPONSOR?

Click HERE to make an online donation now, or mail a check to Audubon Vermont.

As a sponsor, 100% of your tax-deductible contribution will support programs here in Vermont:

  • Providing thousands of young people with engaging opportunities to connect with nature, scholarships to attend summer camp, and school programs throughout the year.
  • Helping landowners across Vermont manage habitat for our native bird species, many of which are declining dramatically and need our help.  We’ve worked with owners of over 180,000 acres already so that the songs we hear each spring can continue into the future.  

WE THANK YOU FOR YOUR ONGOING SUPPORT OF THESE VITAL PROGRAMS IN VERMONT

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Photo: Audubon Vermont

Birds of the 2019 Audubon Vermont Staff Birdathon
May 19-20, 2019

2019 Audubon Vermont

Birdathon Species List

1.     American Woodcock

2.     Cape May Warbler

3.     Northern Parula

4.     White-crowned Sparrow

5.     House Wren

6.     Canada Goose

7.     American Crow

8.     European Starling

9.     Mallard

10.  House Sparrow

11.  Tufted Titmouse

12.  Ring-billed Gull

13.  Wild Turkey

14.  Black-capped Chickadee

15.  American Goldfinch

16.  Northern Cardinal

17.  Rose-breasted Grosbeak

18.  Chipping Sparrow

19.  Song Sparrow

20.  Baltimore Oriole

21.  Common Grackle

22.  Red-winged Blackbird

23.  Tree Swallow

24.  Least Flycatcher

25.  Eastern Phoebe

26.  American Robin

27.  Eastern Bluebird

28.  Wood Thrush

29.  Red-eyed Vireo

30.  Blue-headed Vireo

31.  American Redstart

32.  Blackburnian Warbler

33.  Black-throated Green Warbler

34.  Chestnut-sided Warbler

35.  Common Yellowthroat

36.  Magnolia Warbler

37.  Ovenbird

38.  Yellow Warbler

39.  Gray Catbird

40.  Common Merganser

41.  Belted Kingfisher

42.  Spotted Sandpiper

43.  Blue Jay

44.  Broad-winged Hawk

45.  Ruffed Grouse

46.  Mourning Dove

47.  Yellow-bellied Sapsucker

48.  White-breasted Nuthatch

49.  Scarlet Tanager

50.  Ruby-throated Hummingbird

51.  Winter Wren

52.  Cedar Waxwing

53.  Canada Warbler

54.  Mourning Warbler

55.  Black-throated Blue Warbler

56.  Common Raven

57.  Great-crested Flycatcher

58.  Black-and-white Warbler

59.  Dark-eyed Junco

60.  Great Blue Heron

61.  Downy Woodpecker

62.  Red-bellied Woodpecker

63.  Nashville Warbler

64.  Hairy Woodpecker

65.  House Finch

66.  Eastern Wood-Pewee

67.  Veery

68.  Louisiana Waterthrush

69.  Turkey Vulture

70.  Northern Waterthrush

71.  Swamp Sparrow

72.  Golden-crowned Kinglet

73.  Trails Flycatcher

74.  Barn Swallow

75.  Rock Pigeon

76.  Northern Flicker

77.  Barred Owl

78.  Yellow-rumped Warbler

79.  Bobolink

80.  Swainson’s Thrush

81.  Red-breasted Nuthatch

82.  Brown Creeper

83.  Hermit Thrush

84.  Tennessee Warbler

85.  Savannah Sparrow

86.  Warbling Vireo

87.  Chimney Swift

88.  Double-crested Cormorant

89.  Red-tailed Hawk

90.  Eastern Kingbird

91.  Blue-winged Warbler

92.  Eastern Towhee

93.  Indigo Bunting

Birdathon Audubon Vermont
Photo: Audubon Vermont

Thank you to Joel and Glenn from the Burlington Free Press for capturing the excitement and rhythms of Birdathon in 2016.  Read the full story.

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