Samuel Blair

Samuel Blair

UVM Conservation Education Fellow

Sam is a student at The University of Vermont (UVM). He was Audubon Vermont’s first Conservation Education Fellow in the summer of 2018. He returned to Audubon Vermont in the summer of 2019 as a Conservation Intern. Sam grew up in the Berkshires of Western Massachusetts, where he learned to pay attention to nature from an early age via mud pies and milkweed fluff. He was also a big fan of trucks, but the nature thing pulled through in the end. At UVM he has consumed an educational smorgasbord, from the history of oral epics to the science of geology and geography. He’s still figuring out how to tie it all together. He is a leader in the UVM Outing Club and a member of Slade Ecological Cooperative, a student-run housing, food, and arts cooperative. He loves the great outdoors, growing and cooking food, playing music, and reading

Articles by Samuel Blair

Summer in the Sugarbush
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Summer in the Sugarbush

— Sam Blair, UVM Intern, Reflects on the Bird-Friendly Maple Project
Life and Death on Popasquash Island
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Life and Death on Popasquash Island

— Field notes from a Common Tern colony on Lake Champlain
In Search of Peregrines at Bone Mountain
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In Search of Peregrines at Bone Mountain

— A day in the field with Audubon Vermont's Peregrine Falcon Recovery Project