Volunteers planting 1,000 native trees and shrubs at Oakledge Park in Burlington, Vermont. Photo: Gwendolyn Causer
Audubon Vermont and the City of Burlington’s Department of Parks, Recreation & Waterfront partnered on Plants for Birds projects throughout Burlington, Vermont to highlight native plants in high-visibility and ecologically-diverse settings, including sites impacted by climate change.
Creating habitat for birds in Burlington's Parks.
A green stormwater structure featuring native plants for birds and pollinators.
Native plants for small and urban spaces.
Plantings that emphasize native plants which are bird and pollinator friendly.
Slideshow: Audubon Vermont and the Burlington Parks, Recreation & Waterfront Department celebrated International Migratory Bird Day by planting 1,000 bird-friendly native plants at Burlington's Oakledge Park as part of a wetland restoration project.
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