Category Archives: Wildlife/Ecology

 ecoNEWS VT Fall 2022 Newsletter

Reposted From: ecoNEWS VT Highlighting the latest findings in ecological research and monitoring from across Vermont As the field season slows down and the weather cools, take some time to catch up on your Vermont eco-news. This season’s newsletter is all about Vermont’s water resources, highlighting some of the threats to their health and potential solutions. Ongoing Research […]

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Upcoming Activities at Rokeby Museum

Reposted From: Rokeby Museum E-Bird WorkshopSeptember 24th9 AM – 10:30 AM Calling all birders and citizen scientists! Gather at Rokeby on Ferrisburgh Day Weekend to learn how to use eBird. This exciting app can enhance your birding experience while contributing valuable information to a worldwide conservation database. All you need is a well-charged electronic device. eBird can be […]

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BTV Conservation News – Fall 2022

Reposted from Burlington Parks, Recreation, & Waterfront Fall Happenings Photo by Pixabay Identifying Trees by the Color of Their Fall Leaves Photo by Cassidy Motahari Every fall throughout the Northeast, trees turn a signature color or colors based on the species of tree. Join BPRW Field Naturalist Alicia Daniel as she takes you on an […]

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BTV Conservation News Late Winter/Early Spring 2022

BTV Conservation NewsWinter/Spring 2022 / Issue No. 21Vermont Master Naturalists do squats to warm up on a chilly winter tree walk at Ethan Allen Homestead in February.Photo by Deena FrankelAs we begin to prepare for spring, we offer some reflective opportunities of the beautiful winter we have been experiencing. Winter in Burlington invites all of […]

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Upcoming Events from Vermont Land Trust: Old forests, community farms and more!

Please join us at our upcoming online events! Sign up now to explore community-driven farming and unexpected places for old forests. We hope to see you there! Upcoming Events in February and March White River Land Collaborative: For the Community, By the CommunityFebruary 23, 7 – 8 PMOnlineJoin us to meet founding members of the White […]

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Vermont State Parks January Newsletter

Greetings Everyone,I hope you are celebrating the depths of winter with your favorite cold weather activities! Although things may look a little different, Vermont State Parks are open for use year-round. While often referred to as the parks ‘off-season’, winter is a very busy time of year for State Parks. Many people enjoy walking, skiing, snowshoeing, […]

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Outdoors or In for February 2022 @ the Birds of Vermont Museum

Wander in Winter at the Birds of Vermont MuseumLet’s go outside together! (And a few inside things too.) Drop-In Soap Carving (February 2) →Fledglings Explore Winter (February 9) →Ask-a-Naturalist: Owls (February 10) →Handwork and Happiness (February 13) →Full Moon Snowshoe Walk (February 15) →Great Backyard Bird Count (February 18 – 21) →February Bird Monitoring Walk (February 26) →“The Gift of Art” show (November 1 […]

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Monthly Newsletter from Lake Champlain Sea Grant

Enjoy our monthly newsletter providing updates on research, outreach and education from Lake Champlain Sea Grant. Lake Champlain Sea Grant Announces 2 National Fellowship OpportunitiesBy Lake Champlain Sea Grant StaffNovember 03, 2021The National Sea Grant Office and Lake Champlain Sea Grant announce two prestigious fellowship opportunities for early-career training and research experiences by current or […]

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ecoNEWS VT Fall 2021 Newsletter

Highlighting the latest findings in ecological research and monitoring from across Vermont Fall conjures up images of foliage, crisp mornings, and even the beginnings of snow. Along with these seasonal joys comes our fall newsletter! In this edition, we feature research concerning how environmental conditions impact invasive fish in Lake Champlain, the plight of immigrant […]

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October at the Intervale Center

Summervale 2021 Recap Video We had a blast at Summervale! Thank you for coming down and supporting our mission to strengthen community food systems. We couldn’t have done it without our amazing sponsors, community partners, vendors, artists, and YOU! Happenings BATS IN VERMONTThursday, October 285:00 PM – 6:30 PMIntervale CenterBat week is Oct 24-31. What kinds […]

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