Looking for more information on where to go to view wildlife? Check out these links.
- Anyone interested in wildlife in Vermont should start with the Vermont Wildlife Viewing Guide by Cindy Kilgore Brown.
- Vermont’s magnificent Wildlife Management Areas (WMAs) are some of the best places to see wildlife in Vermont.
- Champlain Valley WMA Checklist - Download this list of birds, mammals, amphibians and reptiles you might see while exploring the WMAs in the Champlain Valley.
- Vermont’s State Parks are also great places to see wildlife.
- The Vermont Reptile & Amphibian Atlas is a great place to learn about herps in Vermont. It’s also a great place to report a sighting of a rare or interesting reptile or amphibian.
- The Vermont Critters is a great place for kids to learn about Vermont’s wildlife.
- Wildlife Tracking in Vermont and Animal Tracks Pocket Guide - Download this handy pocket guide to animal tracks
- Two of the best sites to find out what birders have been seeing lately in your area are the American Birding Association site and the online birding list ebird.
- Audubon Vermont runs regular birdwatching tours and has a page of handy birding resources.
- The Vermont Center for Ecostudies runs annual loon monitoring programs with volunteers.
- Green Mountain Audubon maintains a list of current birding hotspots in Vermont.