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The Northeast Wildlife Trackers are a group of enthusiasts who share a passion for collaborative exchanges on all aspects of wildlife tracking in the Northeastern United States. They hold an annual conference to develop long-term connections and strategies for inspiring wildlife habitat protection.  More...

Join CHC Program Director Bridget Butler to learn how to use iNaturalist to document plants & animals using your smartphone.  More...

POSTPONED TO JANUARY 20TH! Join expert tracker Sue Morse for a day of tracking in Belvidere, Vermont. We'll spend the day learning about animal track & sign, as well as how you can contribute to CHC's wildlife connectivity work.  More...

During this presentation as part of Stowe Land Trust's Shutesville Wildlife Series, get a sense of the big picture of conservation work happening locally and across our region to protect landscape connections from the Adirondack Mountains though New England to the Canadian Maritimes. 

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Join CHC Program Director Bridget Butler to learn how to use iNaturalist to document wildlife crossing observations for the WildPaths Project using your smartphone.  More...

Why Did the Bobcat Cross the Road? Roadways and wildlife connectivity with Cold Hollow to Canada More...

Please join scientists from the Vermont Center for Ecostudies (VCE) and colleagues at the Norwich Inn on January 10th from 7-8 pm, for a cold brew and stimulating conversation. Bridget Butler, Program Director at Cold Hollow to Canada, will tell you more than you thought you would ever want to know about roadkill in Vermont.  More...

Hold everything for the evening of Thursday, October 27th! We're planning a wonderful dinner event to celebrate our accomplishments in 2016 and our vision for the year to come. John Elder, author of Reading the Mountains of Home, will be our speaker. More...

This month we'll head over to Fletcher to walk Metcalf Pond Road. A series of wetlands along this road make it a prime site for wildlife movement. Learn how your observations can help the WildPaths Project.  More...

This month in beautiful Belvidere, we'll be walking Bog Road which should make for an amazing morning! With wetlands and large forest blocks on either side of the road, it's no wonder this has been identified as a crossing site.  More...

This month we'll be walking the Stevens Mill Slide Road looking for roadkill, tracks, game trails and other signs of where wildlife are crossing. Learn how you can collect observations for the WildPaths Project.  More...

We'll walk the East Bakersfield Road, which has been identified as a wildlife crossing site, looking for signs of animals and roadkill. Co-sponsored with the Bakersfield Conservation Commission. More...

Join us as we kick-off the reinvigorated CHC WildPaths citizen science project in the Northern Green Mountains. WildPaths is an opportunity for community members to help gather much needed data on where wild animals are crossing our roads... More...

Join us as we kick-off the reinvigorated CHC WildPaths citizen science project in the Northern Green Mountains. WildPaths is an opportunity for community members to help gather much needed data on where wild animals are crossing our roads... More...

We often escape into nature to disconnect and recharge, but technology can help both intensify and capture our observations. Explore how to use a variety of smartphone and tablet applications with nature in mind. More...