Ask a Naturalist: Amphibians

Red eft (tiny orange salamander) climbing over a single brown pine needle on a forest floor.

Local naturalists answer your questions about amphibians in Vermont! 

The March 2022 session of Ask-a-Naturalist, from Audubon Vermont, Birds of Vermont Museum, and Vermont Reptile and Amphibian Atlas brings naturalists from our organizations to talk directly to you about what is happening outside.

This episode we are excited to share all sort of observations and questions and even answers about some of our favorite animals: salamanders, frogs, and toads.

This is an online free event. Please register with Audubon Vermont (802 434-3068) or the Museum (802 434-2167) to get the info you need to sign in.

Bring us your questions and curiosity!

We love hosting free programs, and are able to do so because of generous donors. If you can, please donate to one our organizations:
Birds of Vermont Museum
Vermont Reptile and Amphibian Atlas
Audubon Vermont

Thank you, and see you soon!

p.s. this event was originally scheduled for March 10th but has been moved to March 16th.

Let’s Explore Outside: Ponds!

Pond reflecting a blue summer sky with trees in full summer foliage in the background.

What is in the water, near the water, and above the water? Let’s explore the museum’s small Vermont pond together. Erin will bring nets, observation containers, and hand lenses.

Please dress for weather. Face masks required when we are within 6 feet of each other. Tick repellent recommended.

Meet at the front of the Museum.

Max: 5 people • Waitlist available if the program fills

Register at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/lets-explore-outside-ponds-tickets-150820771989 or click / tap the button:





(We’re also offering this program May 12th)

Free, suggested donation $5-$10

If you are a family group with more than 5 members, please contact us by email (museum@birdsofvermont.org) or calling (802 434-2167).

#ponds #amphibians

Led by Erin Talmage, Executive Director and Wildlife Biologist.
Green Frog photo courtesy Erin Talmage.

Let’s Explore Outside: Ponds! (June)

Green Frog half submerged in pond water

What is in the water, near the water, and above the water? Let’s explore the museum’s small Vermont pond together. Erin will bring nets, observation containers, and hand lenses.

Please dress for weather. Face masks required when we are within 6 feet of each other. Tick repellent recommended.

Meet at the front of the Museum.

Max: 5 people • Waitlist available if the program fills
Register at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/lets-explore-outside-ponds-tickets-150819415933 or click / tap the button:


(We’re also offering this program May 20th)

Free, suggested donation $5-$10

If you are a family group with more than 5 members, please contact us by email (museum@birdsofvermont.org) or calling (802 434-2167).

#ponds #amphibians

Led by Erin Talmage, Executive Director and Wildlife Biologist.
Green Frog photo courtesy Erin Talmage.

Ask a Naturalist: Amphibians

Red eft (tiny orange salamander) climbing over a single brown pine needle on a forest floor.

Local naturalists answer your questions about amphibians in Vermont! 

The next  in the series from Audubon Vermont, Birds of Vermont Museum, and Vermont Reptile and Amphibian Atlas ! Aska-a-Naturalist brings naturalists from our organizations to talk directly to you about what is happening outside.

This is an online free event; please register with Audubon Vermont — link coming soon! 

This episode we are excited to share all sort of observations and questions and even answers about some of our favorite animals: salamanders, frogs, and toads.

Bring us your questions and curiousity!

We love hosting free programs, and are able to do so because of generous donors. If you can, please donate to one our organizations:
Birds of Vermont Museum
Vermont Reptile and Amphibian Atlas
Audubon Vermont

Thank you, and see you soon!