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 Photo of American Oystercatchers at Milford Point, courtesy of Nicolas Acosta.

 

Swallow Spectacular on the Connecticut River

Swallow Spectacular September 11, 18, and 25, 2016 Call now! Filling up quickly! Witness one of the most spectacular avian […]

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Piping Plover and Shorebird Survey, Long Beach, Stratford

Photo by Kevin M. Doyle

Join Mike Aurelia on May 18 for a 2 1/2-mile walk on Long Beach in search of threatened Piping Plovers, […]

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Osprey Cam 2016

Live from the Coastal Center at Milford Point …   If you’re a fan of our Osprey Cam, consider joining […]

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Osprey Nation 2016

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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Lectures in Old Lyme and Essex

The Connecticut Audubon Society’s Roger Tory Peterson Estuary Center is pleased to lead off the 2016 lecture series with discussions […]

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Summer Camp 2016: Register Now

Outdoor Fun and Adventure! Sessions Begin June 2016 Hands-on Learning. Enriching Experiences. Engaging Adventures. Memories that Last a Lifetime! Sign […]

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Job Opening in Our Development Office

Gifts and Acknowledgements Associate (Part time; 20 hours/week) The Connecticut Audubon Society is seeking a detail-oriented individual to coordinate our […]

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Job Opportunity: Nature Educator at the Coastal Center

Position Title:   Spring-Summer Seasonal Educator                                          Number of Positions: 2 Salary: Commensurate with experience   Location:  Connecticut Audubon Coastal Center, […]

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The Connecticut Audubon Society Names Nelson North as Executive Director

Fairfield, Ct., April 6, 2016 – The Connecticut Audubon Society announced today that Nelson North of Southport has been appointed […]

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The 1909-1911 Bird Diaries of Harold Jones, from New Canaan

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A teenager’s observations about birds and nature in general, written at Waveny Farm in New Canaan, in 1909, 1910, and 1911. “April 2. Saturday. The chief songsters this week have been Meadowlarks, Song Sparrows and Robins….”

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Report from Osprey Nation: Citizen Scientists Find a Thriving Population

March 8, 2016 – Connecticut’s Osprey population, which numbers at least 250 active nests, is thriving and healthy, and in […]

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Go Solar with RGS Energy to Benefit Connecticut Audubon

The benefits of solar energy to the environment are obvious. If you are thinking about moving to solar, consider RGS […]

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Edwin Way Teale Artist-in-Residence Program

The Connecticut Audubon Society is now accepting applications for the 2016 Edwin Way Teale Artists-in-Residence at Trail Wood program. Applicants […]

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