Learn with Audubon

Click here to explore our 2016-2017 Education Program Brochure.

From bird watching to winter tracking, maple sugaring to pond scooping - there are many ways to experience Audubon. Our mission is to connect people with nature. 

Our school programs aren't just for school kids. We serve adult, school-age, preschool, homeschool, camp, workplace and public groups. 

Flexible Length and Location

Choose full or half day programs. Visit our field center in Huntington or invite us for an outreach at your school. We also offer self-guided programs.

Connection, Inspiration, and Conservation

For over 50 years we’ve been connecting students with nature. Our inquiry-based science programs encourage exploration, foster inquiry, and build confidence. Audubon’s professional teacher naturalist staff design programs to center on interconnectedness, environmental awareness, and conservation action. Our programs include activities and explorations that work with students' curiosity about the natural world, reinforce inquiry process and skills, and accommodate multiple learning styles.

Take your class outside more often!

Ask us about: Teacher trainings, professional development, or making use of your school’s natural settings.

Program Materials and Forms

Please click here to download materials and forms in advance of your field trip to the Green Mountain Audubon Center.

Scholarships

Click here to download a scholarship application.

Getting Here:

Notice to all teachers (and bus drivers!) attending an Audubon program: Our programs begin in one of two locations:

1) In the field in front of the Green Mountain Audubon Center's sugarhouse on Main Rd in Huntington. Please park in the sugarhouse parking area. Map: http://bit.ly/1kVbEFV

2) In the parking lot next to the Education Barn located at 255 Sherman Hollow Rd in Huntington. Map: http://goo.gl/maps/wxJOd

The meeting location for your program can be found in your program confirmation email.  Please give us a call if you have any questions. 

Education Manager
Jamie Montague
(802) 434-3068

School Programs supported by

Wild City Project
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Wild City Project

Student Conservation in Action: Wild City Service Learning Program

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Migration Stories
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Migration Stories

By engaging with Vermont’s newest immigrants, Audubon Vermont is expanding our conservation community, creating new connections, and bringing to life the stories of birds and people.

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Take-home Materials for Parents

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