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Get involved in your community, meet new people, and learn new skills
Join our high school CIT program and build skills as an outdoor educator!
Help us engage people of all ages in education, conservation and action. Audubon Members receive camp and program discounts as well as Audubon Magazine.
Community Science uses volunteers to help with field research. Many widespread volunteers can gather a volume of information not otherwise possible. Your bird sightings can help monitor bird species and populations.
Ways for the community to get involved with science and monitoring in Vermont
How many birds will you find?
Taking steps to protect birds from the threat of climate change.
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Providing important habitat for native birds in all communities.
Lawmakers need to hear from you. By signing up for Audubon Vermont's Action Alerts, you will get the latest news on proposals that impact birds -- and have an opportunity to weigh in.
Join Audubon's Plants for Birds. With our native plants database, you can easily find the best plants for the birds where you live.
Adults, preschoolers, foresters, photographers, sugarmakers and families will all find opportunities to connect with nature.