Photo: Audubon Vermont
The Christmas Bird Count is a great time to get together with local bird enthusiasts, to count birds, and to participate in one of the longest-running community science programs in the nation.
Get involved in your community, meet new people, and learn new skills
Looking to get more involved in local conservation and spend time outdoors? Help us keep our trail system safe and beautiful for the community by signing up to be a Trail Adopter!
Community science is the collection and analysis of scientific data by community members in collaboration with professional scientists or organization. Participants will build our capacity to collect data that informs the actions we take to conserve birds and their habitat.
Community scientists are essential in Audubon's efforts to protect birds and their habitats in Vermont. Whether it is participating in monthly bird monitoring walks, participating in Audubon’s Climate Watch study or counting birds, community scientists contribute greatly to a better understanding of Vermont's birds.
Want to use your birding skills to advance our understanding of climate change’s impact on birds? Then Audubon’s Climate Watch is for you!
Help secure the future for birds at risk from climate change, habitat loss and other threats. Your support will power our science, education, advocacy and on-the-ground conservation efforts.
It's always a good time to visit the Audubon Center. Trails are open to the public year-round. Visit us daily from dawn until dusk! Donations are appreciated.
Adults, preschoolers, foresters, photographers, sugarmakers and families will all find opportunities to connect with nature.