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Conservation & Birds in Vermont: Exploring Meadow Habitats


June 12 | 12:30 pm - 1:15 pm

JUNE 12 – A meadow can be a hotspot for hundreds of species, from insects and birds to mammals, reptiles, and small trees. Learn about the flora and fauna in Vermont’s meadows and meet a live meadow-dwelling carnivore with Vermont Institute of Natural Science (VINS) and the Vermont Land Trust. We’ll also cover why it’s important to protect this delicate habitat and how you can help.

This free webinar is perfect for anyone interested in exploring the natural world, from elementary school students to adult learners. Please pre-register for access to Zoom, or join us live on Facebook.


  1. Click the orange “Registration” button on the right-hand side of this page. After you register, you’ll receive a Zoom link to in your inbox; use this link to access the webinar on the day of the event.
  2. Before the event, download the Zoom app from zoom.us. You will not need to create a log in.
  3. Then, use the webinar link or meeting ID number (found in your confirmation email) to open the webinar.
  4. Locate the Q&A and hand-raising functions (at the bottom of your screen) to send your questions to the presenters.
  5. You can also call into the webinar with your phone, but you will not be able to see the speakers and presentation without opening the Zoom app on your device.

As a participant, your screen will not be visible to the group. However, the webinar will be recorded; your name, questions, and/or voice may be included in the recording.

Visit our YouTube channel after the event to view and share the recording. Don’t forget to subscribe for more great content!


  1. Head to our Facebook page for the start of the Exploring Meadow Habitats event. The live stream will appear as a post near the top of our page; you will not have to log in to watch it.
  2. Log in to react and comment in real time, just like you would with other Facebook posts.
  3. If logged in, you can also type questions for the presenters in the comment box. They will either answer your questions during the event or follow up with a reply in the comment section. You must be logged into Facebook to do this.
  4. When the event is over, it will appear as a video post on our Facebook page. Use the “share” button at the bottom of the post to send it to your friends and family!

Please note that the webinar will be recorded; your first name and questions may be included in the recording.