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A COVID-Safe Audubon Christmas Bird Count

A COVID-Safe Audubon Christmas Bird Count

— Many of Vermont's community scientists will conduct socially-distanced counts.
Audubon Vermont is Meeting People and Communities Exactly Where They’re At

Audubon Vermont is Meeting People and Communities Exactly Where They’re At

— Through virtual programs, preschool snack and story times, hikes, and tough conversations Audubon Vermont brings the birds to people during the pandemic.
Tough Conversations: Fires, Floods, and Feathers

Tough Conversations: Fires, Floods, and Feathers

— The third installment in a series of youth-led conversations about significant issues in the environmental movement.
Birding up a Notch

Birding up a Notch

— Ways to improve your birding.
Ask A Naturalist

Ask A Naturalist

— Learn about winter in Vermont from local naturalists on our recorded webinar!
Evergreen Tea

Evergreen Tea

— Learn basic coniferous tree ID, forage your own needles and sip evergreen tea as a reward! Great for all ages
Celebrating the Recovery and Possible Delisting of Bald Eagles in Vermont

Celebrating the Recovery and Possible Delisting of Bald Eagles in Vermont

— After over 30 years on the Vermont's endangered species list, the Bald Eagle has met its recovery goals.
Winter Wonders

Winter Wonders

— A Yankee Magazine guide to birding in winter, featuring Audubon Vermont.
COVID-19 Update: November 2020

COVID-19 Update: November 2020

— Take care and be safe.
Warren King honored for his long-time advocacy for wildlife

Warren King honored for his long-time advocacy for wildlife

— The Vermont Agency of Natural Resources awards Warren King the Sally Laughlin Endangered Species Award.