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    May 2020 Photo-observation of the Month

    Congratulation to Kyle Tansley for winning the May 2020 Photo-observation of the Month. He captured this American Mink moving her kits from one...

    April 2020 Photo-observation of the Month: American Woodcock

    Congratulations to Roy Pilcher for winning the April 2020 Vermont Atlas of Life iNaturalist photo-observation of the month....

    Updated for 2020: State of the Mountain Birds Report

    The 2020 State of the Mountains Bird Report has landed… on the web. With this evolving report, we try to answer one seemingly...

    March 2020 Photo-observation of the Month

    Congratulations to coleen61 for winning the March 2020 Vermont Atlas of Life iNaturalist photo-observation of the month. The image of the rare Crested...

    February 2020 Photo-observation of the Month

    Congratulations to killamfarm for winning the February 2020 Vermont Atlas of Life iNaturalist photo-observation of the month. The image of a Common Raccoon (Procyon...

    January 2020 Photo-observation of the Month

    Congratulations to Madison Alderman for winning the January 2020 Vermont Atlas of Life iNaturalist photo-observation of the month. The image of a Short-tailed...

    December 2020 Photo-observation of the Month

    Congratulations to Daron Tansley for winning the December 2020 Photo-observation of the Month for the Vermont Atlas of Life on iNaturalist. Daron's image...

    Vermont Winter Finch Report 2020

    each species in vermont so far in this unprecedented winter of 2020. purple finch male and female purple finches at a bird feeder....

    November 2020 Photo-observation of the Month

    Congratulations to Joshua Lincoln for winning the November 2020 Photo-observation of the Month for the Vermont Atlas of Life on iNaturalist. Joshua's image...

    October 2020 Photo-observation of the Month

    Congratulation to Pete Kerby-Miller for winning the October 2020 Photo-observation of the Month for the Vermont Atlas of Life on iNaturalist. Pete's image...