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Abenaki Outfitters & Guide Service
Champlain Valley
Canoeing, Kayaking, Nature, Hiking, Snowshoeing, Tracking

John Danyew
P.O. Box 283
Shoreham, VT 05770-0283
Phone: 802-897-7500
Abenaki Outfitters guides trips throughout Wobanakik, "The Land of The Dawn" in Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont. We also guide in the Adirondacks of New York. We specialize in guiding small groups or individuals. In this way, we can maintain a high quality outdoor experience.
Abenaki Outfitters is located in the heart of the Champlain Valley and we guide trips on both sides of the lake. We travel past a variety of wildlife habitat. Often we see many birds, including everything from waterfowl and shorebirds to sparrows and warblers. Occasionally we even see a Bald Eagle.


Bird Diva Consulting
St. Albans, Vermont.
I've been a naturalist for more than 20 years, playing match maker for our wildscape here in Vermont & the wonderful people who call this place home. MY Mission: My mission is to tap into each person's innate passion for nature through exploration and deep listening. I strive then to encourage folks to take that passion and turn it into action, paying it forward for the landscape they love & enjoy.


Clyde River Recreation
Northeast Kingdom
Providers for self-guided paddle trips, canoe and kayak rentals, group outings, fishing trips and bird watching Tours.
Chris McFarland
2355 VT Route 105
West Charleston, VT. 05872
Phone: 802-895-4333
Quality experience at a great price is the reason people choose our service in the NEK. Enjoy an outing without the need or expense of a guide. Our 3 hour paddle on the Clyde River is most popular and great for the whole family at all skill levels. Schedule your large group outing, small quiet get-a-way for 2, bird watching, or fishing trip with us. Shuttles run on demand on your schedule. Little notice prior to arrival is appreciated but not necessary. For more information visit our website, perhaps watch a video.


Green Mountain Fishing Guide Service
Southern Vermont

Bird Watching, Fishing
Rod Start
593 Rt 140, Tinmouth, VT 05773
Phone: 802-446-3375
Green Mountain Fishing Guide Service offers half-, full- and multi-day guides on many central Vermont lakes, including Lake St. Catherine, Lake Bomoseen, and Lake Hortonia. These lakes offer some of the finest Largemouth and Smallmouth Bass, and Northern Pike fishing the region has to offer. In addition to these sportfish species, panfish of all kind – Bluegill, Rock Bass, Yellow Perch and Crappie – are plentiful and eager to bite (which keeps the kids happy!). All equipment, bait, and tackle is provided. Fishing is done from a fully-equipped 20-foot Ranger® bass boat. Bird watching trips are also available! Dates book quickly, so call 802.446.3375 today for rates and best availability!


Keeping Track, Inc.

Tracking, Natural History
Susan Morse
P. O. Box 444, Huntington, VT 05462
Phone 802-434-7000
Nonprofit organization dedicated to Identifying and monitoring important wildlife habitat and travel corridors, educating the public about the importance of conservation, and encouraging cooperation among conservation and natural resource groups.  Slide lectures, community track and sign survey training, preliminary habitat evaluation, tracking and habitat workshops, and single to multi-day school programs.


Kroka's Expeditions
Vermont, New Hampshire, Ecuador

Nature, Canoeing, Kayaking, Whitewater Rafting, Rock Climbing, Winter Camping, Sea Kayaking, XC Skiing
Misha & Lynne Boudreau
767 Forest Road,  Marlow, NH,  03456
Phone 603-835-9087
Kroka Expeditions is committed to awakening in young people a connection to nature and the spirit within, and a capacity for conscious living and compassionate service. We strive to achieve this through wilderness adventure, community living, farming, and the practice of traditional and indigenous skills. Adventure for schools and organizations, winter & summer adventure programs, and private guiding for climbing, canoeing, kayaking, rafting, caving, snowshoeing, back-country skiing and much more.


Pickett Hill Guide Service
Southern Vermont
Moose Watch & Photo Safaris
P. O. Box 396 Bennington VT. 05201
Phone: 802-442-2317

20 to 40 minute vehicle ride up mountain on Route 9 East to Red Mill Pond area, or Summerset Reservoir, for an opportunity to view or photograph/film real moose in their natural habitat.  A two to three hour event.  A snack and beverage is included, along with use of binoculars, spotting scope, and digital camcorder for close-up viewing.  We are in constant communication with local biologists, game wardens, forest agencies, local officials for best area for viewing. Reservations required with minimum 2 day notice; up to 6 people per trip.


Central & Northern Vermont
Survival, Tracking and Awareness, and Earth Based Philosophies
PO Box 932 Montpelier, VT. 05601
Phone: 802-456-1253
Reclaiming Our Origins Through Traditional Skills
For the majority of human existence, our understanding of the natural world, our skills and innate abilities, and our love for each other kept us alive and strong in the wilderness. Roots’ teachings reconnect us all to our birthright and ancestral lineage of survival, tracking and awareness, and earth based philosophies. Join us for an experience based, intensive journey from humanities’ past, to its future.


Wild Rivers Outfitters
Northern Vermont
Fall Foliage River Tours for non hunters and River Nature  Tours.
Captain Gregg Campbell
3 Hamilton Place Extension
Richford VT 05476-1215
Phone: 802-848-3298
Spectacular scenery and wildlife. Bring your camcorders, binoculars and warm clothes. Spectacular scenery and wildlife. Bring your camcorders, binoculars and warm clothes. The Missisquoi National Wildlife Refuge is a 6600 acre refuge is a resting and feeding area for many waterfowl species during fall migration. 25,000 ducks share this area with lots of Canada and snow geese. This migration stopover harbors ideal habitat for these birds. Some major foods in this marsh are wild rice, water celery, duck potato, pondweed and sedge. Our Lund Alaskan 18’ guide boat accommodates six people and gear. All tours are guided by Captain Gregg Campbell, Vermont native and forestry graduate. Coast Guard licensed and insured. We welcome handicapped and disabled persons aboard our vessel. Making friends and pleasing people are our goals.


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Vermont Outdoor Guide Association
P.O. Box 10
North Ferrisburg, VT. 05473
1 800-425-8747  (802) 425-6211