Interview: Green Mountain Audobon Center turns 40

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The Audubon Society of Vermont was established in 1901, and its success has given flight to nature centers throughout the state that help connect people with their natural surroundings and better understand Vermont’s diverse wildlife population. The Green Mountain Audubon Nature Center in Huntington does just that, and this Saturday will mark its 40th anniversary with a celebration featuring live bird demonstrations, nature walks, special prize giveaways and more. Mitch Wertlieb talks with Audubon Vermont’s Executive Director Jim Shallow.

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