Audubon Vermont Staff

Gwendolyn Causer

Environmental Educator and Senior Communications Coordinator

Gwendolyn grew up in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and graduated from Oberlin College in Ohio. Gwendolyn was introduced to Audubon in 2002, diving into the wonderful preschool and family programs with her daughter Ella. She deepened her connection to Audubon as a volunteer with Ella, monitoring Eastern Bluebird nest boxes and Eastern Red-Backed Salamander populations. Gwendolyn Causer has been teaching environmental education programs with Audubon Vermont since 2005. Gwendolyn’s first love in nature is botany and she does most of her birding by ear. She is passionate about creating equitable access to nature for communities not traditionally included in the environmental movement. Gwendolyn lives near Lake Champlain in Burlington with her husband Gary and daughter Ella and enjoys Nordic skiing, swimming, and skating on "wild" ice.

Articles by Gwendolyn Causer

Celebrating Biodiversity Wins and Charting the Future for Threatened and Endangered Species
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Celebrating Biodiversity Wins and Charting the Future for Threatened and Endangered Species

— Co-hosted by Audubon Vermont, The Nature Conservancy, the Vermont Center for Ecostudies, and Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department
Birding by Ear
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Birding by Ear

— Taking your birding to new levels.
Protecting Birds and Our Ecosystem
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Protecting Birds and Our Ecosystem

— Woodstock Magazine features Audubon Vermont.
Bears and Birds Webinar Recording
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Bears and Birds Webinar Recording

— Attract backyard birds, not bears, through Audubon’s Native Plants for Birds program.
Supporting our Trans Community
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Supporting our Trans Community

— Send a clear message of celebration and love.
Bears are Awake: It's Time to Take Down Your Bird Feeders!
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Bears are Awake: It's Time to Take Down Your Bird Feeders!

— It's a great time to start thinking about spring plantings of Native Plants for Birds!
Suet Is a Superfood for Backyard Birds—Here's How to Offer This High-Energy Treat
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Suet Is a Superfood for Backyard Birds—Here's How to Offer This High-Energy Treat

— Help woodpeckers, chickadees, and other insect-eating birds power through cold weather.
Bird Counts Go Beyond Christmas
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Bird Counts Go Beyond Christmas

— Learn how to get involved in community science to protect birds.
Climate Watch: Winter Survey
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Climate Watch: Winter Survey

— The winter survey period for Climate Watch starts January 15!