SVAS - Southeastern Vermont Audubon Society
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Southeastern Vermont Audubon evening programs and field trips are free and open to the public.

Evening programs take place on the third Tuesday of the month at 7 p.m. at Brooks Memorial Library, Brattleboro.

Tuesday, October 20, 7pm - “Furbearers in Vermont.” Chris Bernier of the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department

Tuesday, November 17, 7pm - "John Muir and the Mountains of California” - Mark Long Professor of English, American and Environmental Studies at Keene State College

Field Trips


See Events page for more information on all above.

Red Tailed Hawk
Red-Tailed Hawk

2015 Spring Migration Counts
Table of bird counts from five consecutive walks at Hinsdale Setback: Spring Migration 2015 - pdf. file

Putney Mountain Hawk Watch
Putney Mountain Hawk Watch starts in September. Peak Broad-winged Hawk flight usually occurs Sept 10-20.

1997 - 2006 data: Hawk Watch 2006 - pdf.file
2012, 2013 data and 10-year average: Hawk Watch 2013 - pdf.file
2013, 2014 data and 10-year average: Hawk Watch 2014 - pdf.file

Christmas Bird Count
Table of the past seventeen years of Christmas Bird Counts - pdf. file

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