Kim Guertin

Green Mountain Audubon Center Director

Kim has worked for Audubon Vermont since 2000 and before that worked for the local Audubon chapter. Nature-based education is her passion and she became the first National Audubon certified teacher-naturalist in the country. Kim now works as the Director of the Green Mountain Audubon Center in Huntington. She graduated from the University of Vermont with a B.S. in Environmental Studies, with a concentration in Environmental Education. She also attended the School for International Training in Arusha, Tanzania where she studied wildlife, conservation and ecology. Kim lives with her husband and two children in North Duxbury. She enjoys hiking with her dog, skiing out her back door, yoga, and drinking coffee by her woodstove.

Articles by Kim Guertin

Visit Audubon Vermont’s Green Mountain Audubon Center during the First Vermont Maple 100
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Visit Audubon Vermont’s Green Mountain Audubon Center during the First Vermont Maple 100

— Maple sugarbushes are inherently good for birds, but forests that are intentionally managed with birds in mind are even better!
Audubon Photography Awards Show Canceled in Vermont
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Audubon Photography Awards Show Canceled in Vermont

— The traveling photo exhibit has been put on indefinite pause due to the Coronavirus outbreak.
Sugaring Season: a Virtual Sugar on Snow Party
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Sugaring Season: a Virtual Sugar on Snow Party

— Enjoying the season in a different way this year.
Audubon’s New Youth Conservation Leadership Program
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Audubon’s New Youth Conservation Leadership Program

— Engaging young adults in conservation, education and policy.
Enjoy the Outdoors this Summer
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Enjoy the Outdoors this Summer

— Plan a Visit to the Green Mountain Audubon Center
Bird Monitoring Walks at the Green Mountain Audubon Center
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Bird Monitoring Walks at the Green Mountain Audubon Center

— Spend time outdoors, see amazing birds and contribute to global conservation efforts.
A Year After the Windstorm
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A Year After the Windstorm

— The Green Mountain Audubon Center Completes Repairs to the Historic Office Building and Trails in Huntington