Audubon Vermont Staff

Margaret Fowle

Conservation Biologist

Margaret is a conservation biologist with Audubon Vermont's Peregrine Falcon Recovery Program and Champlain Valley Bird Initiative. Prior to coming to Audubon in 2009, Margaret coordinated peregrine and bald eagle recovery efforts in Vermont. Margaret also works with private landowners to promote management activities that enhance grassland and shrubland habitats for priority bird species in the Champlain Valley. Margaret obtained her Master's degree in wildlife biology from the University of Vermont, where she studied the population of double-crested cormorants on Lake Champlain. She lives in Huntington with her husband Breck and two daughters Ada and Frances. They enjoy hiking, skiing, biking, and gardening.

Articles by Margaret Fowle

Birds on Town-Owned Lands
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Birds on Town-Owned Lands

— Watch our recorded webinar and video co-hosted with South Burlington Parks Department
Vermont Peregrine Falcon Update
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Vermont Peregrine Falcon Update

— Some evidence of human disturbance causing nest site abandonment this spring
Peregrines are on Territories and Eagles are Incubating - Wow!
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Peregrines are on Territories and Eagles are Incubating - Wow!

— Spring has arrived for these raptors
2020 Bobolink Project Is Up and Running
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2020 Bobolink Project Is Up and Running

— Donations and Applications Accepted
Your Eagle Eyes are Needed to Help With the 2020 Winter Bald Eagle Survey
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Your Eagle Eyes are Needed to Help With the 2020 Winter Bald Eagle Survey

— Eagle Survey Dates are January 1 - 15