Audubon Vermont Staff

Mark LaBarr

Conservation Program Manager

Mark has been with Audubon for more than 15 years. His work includes coordinating the Vermont Common Tern Recovery Project, the Green Mountain Audubon Center bird banding station and the Audubon Vermont Conservation Internship Program. He has worked on bird projects from Hawaii to Belize studying everything from albatrosses to catbirds. Mark also oversees the stewardship needs at the Green Mountain Audubon Center. Mark has a B.S. in Wildlife Biology from the University of Vermont and a Master’s in Education from St. Michael's College. He enjoys spending time with his two children, Owein and Mae, and lives in Huntington.  

Articles by Mark LaBarr

The Vermont Habitat Stamp
Conservation

The Vermont Habitat Stamp

— A great way for Birders and those who appreciate Vermont’s wildlife diversity to support habitat conservation.
Sugar Birds
News

Sugar Birds

— Birds that make the Sugarbush Sing
From Vermont to the Alakai Swamp
News

From Vermont to the Alakai Swamp

— Volunteering to help conserve Hawai'i's endemics.
A Successful Season for Vermont's Endangered and Recently Recovered Birds
News

A Successful Season for Vermont's Endangered and Recently Recovered Birds

— Bald Eagles, Common Terns, Black Terns, Common Loons, and Peregrine Falcons
Geolocators and Golden-winged Warblers
News

Geolocators and Golden-winged Warblers

— Geolocators recovered in the Champlain Valley