Volunteers planting 1,000 native trees and shrubs at Oakledge Park in Burlington, Vermont. Photo: Gwendolyn Causer
Audubon Vermont and the City of Burlington’s Department of Parks, Recreation & Waterfront are partnering on Plants for Birds projects throughout Burlington, Vermont to highlight native plants in high-visibility and ecologically-diverse settings, including sites impacted by climate change.
Creating habitat for birds in Burlington's Parks.
A green stormwater structure featuring native plants for birds and pollinators.
Native plants for small and urban spaces.
Plantings that emphasize native plants which are bird and pollinator friendly.
New research finds that Carolina Chickadees require a landscape with 70 percent native plants to keep their population steady.
Slideshow: Audubon Vermont and the Burlington Parks, Recreation & Waterfront Department celebrated International Migratory Bird Day by planting 1,000 bird-friendly native plants at Burlington's Oakledge Park as part of a wetland restoration project.
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