Snow Geese.

Snow Geese. Photo: Photo: Walker Golder

Superstar Native Plants for Vermont
Plants For Birds

Superstar Native Plants for Vermont

Some native plants are more powerful than others when it comes to supporting pollinators and birds.

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Finding Native Plants in Vermont
Plants For Birds

Finding Native Plants in Vermont

A list a local sources to purchase native Plants for Birds in Vermont.

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The News from Audubon Vermont

Bird-Friendly Demonstration Garden
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Bird-Friendly Demonstration Garden

Last spring Audubon Vermont collaborated with the University of Vermont to replace a lawn with a bird-friendly pollinator demonstration garden at the environmental studies building on campus. Learn the benefits of bird-friendly plantings and how you can start one in your space!

Birdathon Celebrates Migration
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Birdathon Celebrates Migration

Help Audubon Vermont raise funds to protect birds and the places they need, during the Audubon Vermont's Birdathon.

Bird Habitat Chat with Audubon: Does Vermont Need a New State Bird?
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Bird Habitat Chat with Audubon: Does Vermont Need a New State Bird?

Hosted by Keep Vermont Cool

Celebrating Biodiversity Wins and Charting the Future for Threatened and Endangered Species
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Celebrating Biodiversity Wins and Charting the Future for Threatened and Endangered Species

Co-hosted by Audubon Vermont, The Nature Conservancy, the Vermont Center for Ecostudies, and Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department

Birding by Ear
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Birding by Ear

Taking your birding to new levels.

Protecting Birds and Our Ecosystem
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Protecting Birds and Our Ecosystem

Woodstock Magazine features Audubon Vermont.

Tough Conversations: Paying it Forward for Birds: When Ecological Economics Takes Flight
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Tough Conversations: Paying it Forward for Birds: When Ecological Economics Takes Flight

Be challenged, informed, and armed with tools to take action.

Spring Climate Watch
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Spring Climate Watch

How to get involved in birding with community science.

Bears and Birds Webinar Recording
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Bears and Birds Webinar Recording

Attract backyard birds, not bears, through Audubon’s Native Plants for Birds program.

Superstar Native Plants for Vermont
Plants For Birds

Superstar Native Plants for Vermont

Some native plants are more powerful than others when it comes to supporting pollinators and birds.

Read more

Finding Native Plants in Vermont
Plants For Birds

Finding Native Plants in Vermont

A list a local sources to purchase native Plants for Birds in Vermont.

Read more

Visit
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Visit Audubon

It's always a good time to visit the Audubon Center. Trails are open to the public year-round. Visit us daily from dawn until dusk! Donations are appreciated.

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About Us
About Us

About Audubon Vermont

Audubon Vermont is a state program of the National Audubon Society. We are a nonprofit conservation organization whose mission is to protect birds and the places they need, today and tomorrow.

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Explore our Projects

Bird-Friendly Maple Project
Working Lands

Bird-Friendly Maple Project

Collaborating to keep sugarbush habitat sweet for songbirds

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The Bobolink Project
Bird And Bee Friendly Farming

The Bobolink Project

Linking farmers and birders together to support bird-friendly agricultural practices

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Chimney Swift Conservation Project
Priority Bird Monitoring And Management

Chimney Swift Conservation Project

Stay alert in your neighborhood and report Chimney Swifts to Audubon Vermont using eBird!

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Audubon Vermont Programs

Healthy Forests
Working Lands

Healthy Forests

Keeping common birds common.

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Shrubland Birds: How We Work
Working Lands

Shrubland Birds: How We Work

Helping protect priority shrubland birds.

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Education Programs
Education Programs

Education

From bird watching to winter tracking, maple sugaring to pond scooping, our goal remains the same: to connect people with nature.

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Vermont's Priority Birds

Bird-Friendly Maple Habitat Badge

How you can help, right now