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Birding at Home: Colorful Visitors
— Invite a pop of color to your feeders.
Climate Watch: Winter 2021 Survey
— Our winter survey period runs from January 15 - February 15, 2021. Join us for a training on the evening of January 20!
Birding at Home: The Chickadee Crew
— Some birds stay in mixed-species foraging flocks over the winter.
Golden-winged Warbler Habitat Restoration Work in Charlotte
— Vermont Fish & Wildlife, Audubon Vermont, and Natural Resources Conservation Service work together to improve shrubland bird habitat
Birding at Home: Woodpeckers
— Learn some amazing facts about woodpeckers and how to ID those that stay all year long!
Audubon: “The best thing for our country is for Trump to be removed from office. Immediately.”
— A statement from David Yarnold, president and CEO of the National Audubon Society.
Audubon: “History—and we–will hold responsible the elected officials who have promoted the assault on our democracy.”
Isham Family Farm Inspires Community Support for the Environment
— Williston couple puts a creative spin on holiday giving
Catamount Family Center undertakes habitat management for birds and wildlife.
— Work that's good for birds.
Your Eagle Eyes are Needed to Help with the 2021 Winter Bald Eagle Survey
— Survey runs from January 6-20
Audubon from Home
Mini nature lessons to share with kids.