If you are interested in connecting with a pristine natural setting that offers great opportunities to view and photograph bird and wildlife then Island Pond is a wonderful place to visit. The North Woods Stewardship Center and the Visitors Welcome Center at the Silvio O Conte National Wildlife Refuge offer some great resources, events and activities to connect you with the offerings of the region. Further, the NEK Audubon Society is a great resource for those interested in bird viewing in the area. For hunters and sport fisherman, the area is considered by many to offer some of the best sporting lands and waterways in Vermont.

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Island Pond Lake is just over 600 acres and features a five-mile forested shoreline that is dotted with lakeside cottages and year-round homes. The village of Island Pond occupies the northwest shore, The large lake allows for motorboats, making…

The mission of the Northeast Kingdom Audubon Society is to foster the stewardship and enjoyment of birds, other wildlife and natural habitats. NEK Audubon is a Vermont chapter of the National Audubon Society.  All of the events offered by the NEK…

The Northwoods Stewardship Center offers a wide variety of general interest community programs. Each month programs may include: natural history lectures, woodworking courses, guided ski or canoe trips, musicians, storytellers, land stewardship and…

The Nulhegan Basin Division is located in the most remote part of Vermont in the towns of Brunswick, Ferdinand, Bloomfield, and Lewis. The division headquarters and visitor contact station is located in Brunswick (about 10 miles east of Island Pond)…