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Connecticut River Lectures in Essex

estuarypaintingCelebrating and conserving the natural environment through science, education, art, and community

Three spring lectures at Essex Meadows, Essex, Ct.

Teaching About Connecticut River Estuary Ecology: A Key to Engaging the Next Generation
Thursday, May 14, 4 p.m.

The Value of the Connecticut River Estuary to Our Environment
Thursday, May 28, 4 p.m.

Aesthetic Beauty of the Estuary: Vision of Artists and Writers
Thursday, June 4, 4 p.m.

Learn more here…

Register Now for Summer Camp!

Brochure insect nettingConnecticut Audubon Society summer day camps offer enriching experiences, hands-on learning, exciting adventures, outdoor exploration – and memories that last a lifetime.

For complete details, download the program brochure for the camp you’re interested in.

Center at Pomfret: Register here; ages 6-12 (download Pomfret’s camp program brochure).

Center at Glastonbury: Register here, ages 3-9 (download the Glastonbury camp program brochure).

Milford Point Coastal Center: Register here; ages 3-15 (download Milford Point’s camp program brochure).

Center at Fairfield: Register here; ages 4-14 (download Fairfield’s camp program brochure).

Download additional forms and brochures here…


Governor Malloy’s Proposal to Empty the Community Investment Act Fund Would Devastate Conservation in Connecticut

Connecticut Audubon Society has been expressing its opposition to Governor Malloy’s proposal to sweep funds from the Community Investment Act in op-eds pubished throughout the state. We urge you to contact your state Senator and Representative.

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Osprey Nation: 2014 Final Report

March 10, 2015     In 2014 Connecticut Audubon Society launched Osprey Nation[i], a statewide program aimed to monitor and […]

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Osprey Nation 2015

Osprey Nation is Connecticut Audubon Society’s citizen science partnership, launched in the summer of 2014, to monitor the health of […]

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Job Opening: Director of the Milford Point Coastal Center

The Director of the Coastal Center in Milford is responsible for the management, maintenance and programming of the Center as […]

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Lighthouse Cruise on the Connecticut River

Lighthouse Cruise Saturday, August 22 from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Enjoy a relaxing cruise along the Connecticut River to the two […]

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Writers and Artists: Edwin Way Teale Trail Wood Residency

Connecticut Audubon Society is inviting writers and artists with a love of nature and a sense of the importance of […]

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3M Eco Grant to Provide Outdoor Science Education in Meriden

Connecticut Audubon Society has been awarded an $34,440 3M Eco Grant to identify natural habitats near Meriden elementary schools where […]

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Fish at the Larsen Sanctuary

Since 2010 students from Housatonic Community College, along with their professor, Dr. Tony Pappantoniou, have been engaged in studying the […]

Events Near You

  • April 28, 2015
    8:00 am - 12:00 pm
    Master Naturalist Training
    Center at Pomfret
  • April 28, 2015
    8:00 am - 10:00 am
    Tuesday Morning Bird Walks
    Center at Pomfret

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