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

Birds of the Sugarbush
News

Birds of the Sugarbush

— Scavenger Hunt!
How to Talk about Climate Change and Climate Justice in New England
News

How to Talk about Climate Change and Climate Justice in New England

— Presented by the Northeast Climate Change Education Collaborative
An Evening of Bird Tales
News

An Evening of Bird Tales

— Catch the recording from Friends of Missisquoi National Wildlife Refuge's event.
Ask A Naturalist: Great Backyard Bird Count
News

Ask A Naturalist: Great Backyard Bird Count

— Recording from our latest episode!
Winter Wonder: Animals in Winter
Audubon From Home

Winter Wonder: Animals in Winter

— Recording of Audubon VT for Kids in for the Bixby Memorial Library
Birding up a Notch
News

Birding up a Notch

— Ways to improve your birding.
A Successful Work Party Day
News

A Successful Work Party Day

— Thanks to local volunteers and partners.
Down by the River: Aquatic Ecosystem Exploration at Audubon Vermont
Education Programs

Down by the River: Aquatic Ecosystem Exploration at Audubon Vermont

— Program possibilities thanks to the Lake Champlain Basin Program
The Water Cycle Revisited!
Audubon From Home

The Water Cycle Revisited!

— Ages 8-12