Audubon from Home

Mini nature lessons to share with kids.

Audubon from Home: Mini Nature Lessons Photo: Gwendolyn Causer / Audubon Vermont

Outdoor education is still very important, maybe more than ever, as parents and caregivers are finding themselves in the position of being teachers while schools are closed. In light of this new, temporary reality, our Audubon education team is posed to be a great resource of ways folks can get outside and learn. Audubon Vermont has created content that can easily be done from your own house/porch/yard with common household materials.

If you do an activty from our page, take a picture and share it with us on our Facebook page! We would love to see what you are up to!

Audubon from Home

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