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United States of America -- Vermont
Discover the top birding locations in Vermont. Find out more about Vermont Bird Clubs and Birding Organizations in Vermont. Print out a checklist of Vermont birds. Find the Rare Bird Alert Phone Numbers for Vermont. Order books to help you become a better birder in Vermont. Discover links to Vermont Birding web sites. Print out special maps of Vermont before you begin your trip.


Vermont Birds

The Shorebird Guide

Sibley Guide to Eastern Birds

Thayer's Birds of
North America version 7

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The Shorebird

Sibley Guide to
Eastern Birds

State Bird: Hermit Thrush

State Checklists:
NPWRC Bird Checklists - Vermont

Species Seen in Vermont: 388

State Ornithological Society:
Vermont Bird Records Committee

Rare Bird Alerts:

Electronic mailing Lists:
Vermont – VTBIRD
VTBIRD is an internet email discussion group for those interested in birding in Vermont and adjacent areas.  To subscribe to VTBIRD send an email to with the word SUBSCRIBE in the subject box, not the body of the message. To contact a person, e-mail Robert Johnson

Vermont Maps

Retail Birding Stores


Birding Links for Vermont:
Birds of Vermont Museum
Northwest Vermont Birding Spots
Birding in Addison County
Birding in Rutland County
Hot Spots
Lake Champlain Birding Trail
Vermont State Parks
Bonneyville Environmental Education Center
US Fish & Wildlife Service Refuges
Missisquoi NWR
Important Bird Areas

Vermont Organizations:
Audubon Vermont
Audubon Chapters in Vermont
   Ascutney Mountain Audubon Society   
Green Mountain Audubon Society  
Northeast Kingdom Audubon Society
   Otter Creek Audubon Society 
Rutland County Audubon Society 
   Southeastern Vermont Audubon Society
The Nature Conservancy - Vermont

Pete Thayer's Favorite Hot Spots:
Dead Creek Wildlife Management Area
44.19 N   73.23 W
Migrating waterfowl as well as nesting species make this Vermont's most popular birding spot. In winter watch for Snow Buntings and Lapland Longspurs.


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