Welcome to Audubon Vermont!

The Green Mountain Audubon Center Photo: Meghan Hall/Audubon Vermont

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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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Conservation
Conservation

Conservation

Protecting birds and their habitats

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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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Explore Our Education Programs

School Programs
School Programs

School Programs

Hands-on, outdoor, science learning experiences. We hope you and your students will join us for a uniquely Audubon experience this year!

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Youth Conservation Leadership Program
Youth Conservation Leadership Program

Youth Conservation Leadership Program

Engaging young adults in conservation, education and policy

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Summer Day Camps
Summer Day Camps

Summer Day Camps

Calling all explorers, investigators, and lovers of nature - sign your child up and they will discover our 255 acres of wild and fun!

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Explore Our Conservation Programs

Woods, Wildlife and Warblers Program
Working Lands

Woods, Wildlife and Warblers Project

Technical assistance for Vermont landowners interested in stewarding their forests for diverse bird habitat

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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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The News from Audubon Vermont

Youth Birdathon
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Youth Birdathon

Junior Conservation Technicians and Audubon Vermont Alumni came together for Birdathon!

Staff Birdathon Outing 2024
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Staff Birdathon Outing 2024

Our staff spent the whole day outside birding together for our annual Birdathon! Read on to learn what species we found.

Audubon’s Education Program Barn and Parking Area to be Renovated
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Audubon’s Education Program Barn and Parking Area to be Renovated

Project takes flight thanks to generous gifts from a donor and local Audubon chapter.

Collaborative Forestry for the Birds
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Collaborative Forestry for the Birds

Youth Conservation Leadership Coordinator, Sarah Hooghuis, ventures out into the field to get a better understanding of our forestry partnerships and the youth working to improve forest health and bird habitat.

Vermont Youth Take Action During Earth Week
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Vermont Youth Take Action During Earth Week

Junior Conservation Technicians were back this April and completed projects in habitat restoration, trail work, and forest management.

Eclipse Viewing at Green Mountain Audubon Center
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Eclipse Viewing at Green Mountain Audubon Center

Are you planning on viewing the eclipse from our trails? Read below for important information and tips!

Making the Most of our Migrants
Youth Conservation Leadership Program

Making the Most of our Migrants

Strategies and Information to Protect and Enjoy Springtime Migratory Birds

Grazing Part 2: Considerations for managing bird-friendly pastures
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Grazing Part 2: Considerations for managing bird-friendly pastures

The second article of a two-part series on grassland birds and bird-friendly pasture management. In this article are some pasture management guidelines that may be considered more bird-friendly. See the first article on grassland bird declines and the role Vermont grazing farmers can play in their survival.

Grazing Part 1: How this farming technique may benefit declining grassland birds
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Grazing Part 1: How this farming technique may benefit declining grassland birds

The first article of a two-part series on grassland birds and bird-friendly pasture management. Here we’ll explore the unlikely pairing of birds and cows, bird declines, and habitat needs. In part two, we’ll discuss some bird-friendly pasture management guidelines that can be considered.

Join Our Team!
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Join Our Team!

Come work with us this summer! We have several open opportunities in both education and conservation.

Vermont's Priority Birds

Bird-Friendly Maple Habitat Badge

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