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Snow Geese. Photo: Photo: Walker Golder

First-of-Its-Kind Digital Platform Reveals Migration Data for Birds Across the Americas Just In Time for Fall Migration
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First-of-Its-Kind Digital Platform Reveals Migration Data for Birds Across the Americas Just In Time for Fall Migration

Interactive digital platform visualizes the incredible journeys of migratory birds, how they connect us across the hemisphere, and the widespread challenges they face throughout their full annual cycle.

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The Bird Migration Explorer Lets You Interact With Nature’s Most Amazing Feat
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The Bird Migration Explorer Lets You Interact With Nature’s Most Amazing Feat

With this revolutionary new tool, anyone can follow hundreds of species on their epic journeys and discover challenges they face along the way.

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Staff Birdathon Adventure 2023
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Staff Birdathon Adventure 2023

Our staff took a whole day to bird together for our annual Birdathon! Read on to learn what species we saw.

Hello Emily!
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Hello Emily!

Introducing Audubon Vermont's newest educator, Emily Calder

How Turkey Tracks and Some Imagination Can Change a Mind
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How Turkey Tracks and Some Imagination Can Change a Mind

Reflections on my Environmental Education Internship

Adaptation Amidst a Changing Climate for Forests and the Birds That Call Them Home
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Adaptation Amidst a Changing Climate for Forests and the Birds That Call Them Home

Birds are richly diverse, readily observable, and exist in an equally wide array of habitat conditions across the landscape, making them excellent storytellers of environmental shifts. And indeed, their numbers are telling us that major change is afoot.

Are We Burning Down Our House to Kill a Rat? Why the use of Second Generation Anti-coagulant Rodenticides is a bad idea, for birds and people
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Are We Burning Down Our House to Kill a Rat? Why the use of Second Generation Anti-coagulant Rodenticides is a bad idea, for birds and people

The growing use of rodenticides known as “second generation anticoagulant rodenticides” or “SGARs” is impacting Bald Eagles and other raptors. This threat is emerging at a time when populations of these magnificent birds are rebounding following decades of work to address the harm done by the pesticide DDT. There are many other ways to kill a rat (or mouse or other pesty rodent) – we should not choose poisons that also kill birds.

Sugar on Snow
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Sugar on Snow

Experiencing a Vermont Tradition

Birdathon 2023
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Birdathon 2023

It's that time of year again!

What are the Crows Doing in Winter?
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What are the Crows Doing in Winter?

"Why all those crows roost in Burlington in wintertime"- AmeriCorps member Jacob Crawford speaks to Vermont Public's Samantha Watson

Junior Conservation Techs at Work
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Junior Conservation Techs at Work

Student-led conservation actions at the Green Mountain Audubon Center

Recent Press Release from Vermont Fish & Wildlife:
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Recent Press Release from Vermont Fish & Wildlife:

Some Cliff Tops and Overlooks Closed to Protect Nesting Peregrines

Bird Banding to Track Migration
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Bird Banding to Track Migration

Tracking bird migration with the MAPS bird banding station at the Green Mountain Audubon Center.

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An Organic Partnership: Planting Trees for the Birds and Bees at the Intervale Center
Bird And Bee Friendly Farming

An Organic Partnership: Planting Trees for the Birds and Bees at the Intervale Center

Take a peek at some of the on-farm habitat work Audubon Vermont, Gund, and the Intervale Center have been doing.

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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
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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

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