Summer Camp Audubon Vermont

Emily Kaplita

Teacher/Naturalist and Administrative Assistant

Emily is originally from Connecticut. Vermont has always held a special place in her heart since she was young, and she is happy to now call Vermont home.  Emily has been at Audubon Vermont since 2016, first teaching as summer camp staff, then serving as Audubon Vermont's first AmeriCorps Member, and now joining the Education Team as a Teacher/Naturalist. She has a Bachelor's of Science degree in Biology from Dickinson College. Emily has multiple years of experience in environmental education and research experience with amphibians, mostly the American Toad, and will enhance our education programs more with this knowledge. Emily currently lives in South Burlington.  She enjoys hiking, biking, swimming in fresh water, skiing (both Nordic and downhill), and spending time with family and friends. 

Articles by Emily Kaplita

Vermont’s Habitat Stamp at Work
News

Vermont’s Habitat Stamp at Work

— Learn about the work we are doing with the Vermont Habitat Stamp Program
Macroinvertebrates
Audubon From Home

Macroinvertebrates

— Ages 6-12. Briefly explore the Sherman Hollow Brook with Teacher Naturalist Emily Kaplita
Knot Tying
Audubon From Home

Knot Tying

— Ages 6 and up! Learn a few useful knots at home!
My Backyard with Mark LaBarr
News

My Backyard with Mark LaBarr

— Episode 4
Make Plants for Birds Seed Balls
Audubon From Home

Make Plants for Birds Seed Balls

— Ages 6 and up! A fun way to plant native plants for birds around your yard this spring!
Beak, Beak, What Do You Eat?
Audubon From Home

Beak, Beak, What Do You Eat?

— Ages 0-6. Can you guess what a bird eats by looking at its beak?
My Backyard with Mark LaBarr
News

My Backyard with Mark LaBarr

— Episode 3
My Backyard with Mark LaBarr Episode 2
Connect With Audubon

My Backyard with Mark LaBarr Episode 2

— Morning bird notes at the Green Mountain Audubon Center.