Audubon Vermont Staff

Debbie Archer

Teacher/Naturalist and Education Program Coordinator

Growing up in a military family, Debbie moved around the country throughout her childhood. But, as a fourth-grader, she made a declaration that she would live in Vermont when she grew up. Many years later she is very happy to be putting down roots here in Vermont and working for Audubon. Debbie joins the education team with a Master of Science in Environmental Science from Indiana University's School of Public and Environmental Affairs. She gained experience in outdoor education working as an educator, naturalist, and camp program manager at environmental education camps in Alaska and California. She now lives in Montpelier where she is excited to see and experience all that Vermont has to offer during each of its seasons.

Articles by Debbie Archer

The Water Cycle Revisited!
Audubon From Home

The Water Cycle Revisited!

— Ages 8-12
Debbie's Top 5 reasons to love Turkey Vultures
Audubon From Home

Debbie's Top 5 reasons to love Turkey Vultures

— Ages 6 and up. Silly and informative presentation on these scavengers for all ages!
Audubon From Home

Musings of a Naturalist: The Water Cycle

— A water cycle activity for 3rd-6th graders
Connect to the Place You Love
Connect With Audubon

Connect to the Place You Love

— Community Science projects from our Friends!
Use Your Voice!
Audubon From Home

Use Your Voice!

— Take action in honor of Earth Day!
Green Mountain Audubon Center Summer Camps Cancelled
News

Green Mountain Audubon Center Summer Camps Cancelled

— A letter from our Camp Director and What You Need to Know
Racoon Boxes!
Audubon From Home

Racoon Boxes!

— Sense of Touch