Thank you for your interest in the Connecticut Audubon Society!
Every penny of your membership dues stays right here in Connecticut, helping us reach over 200,000 children and adults with science-based environmental programs, actively conserve over 2,600 acres of bird and wildlife sanctuaries, and advocate for important environmental legislation at the Connecticut state and local levels.
Here’s what you get for your membership:
A policy/advocacy team led by Milan Bull, our senior director of science and conservation, who has more than 40 years of experience as an effective advocate in Hartford and a respected conservationist throughout Connecticut.
A conservation team led by Anthony Zemba., our director of conservation services, who is continuing groundbreaking research and habitat work on the coast of Long Island Sound and in the inland forests and wetlands of Connecticut.
An education team led by Michelle Eckman, our director of education, a winner of the National Audubon Society Educator of the Year award who oversees a team of experienced, committed educators at our five centers.
Five regional centers run by directors who know their local communities intimately: Nelson North (Center at Fairfield and Birdcraft Museum), Sarah Heminway (Center at Pomfret), Cynthia Bartholomew (Center at Glastonbury), and Frank Gallo (Milford Point Coastal Center).
Discounts on fantastic EcoTravel trips arranged and led by Andy Griswold and Priscillia Wood.
Our annual Connecticut State of the Birds report, featuring in-depth articles on issues facing Connecticut’s environment.
E-news alerts on programs, policy actions, events and special bird sightings.
Discounts on many adult and children programs.
10% off Nature Store purchases in Fairfield, Milford and Glastonbury.
Special invitations to local events.
Free admission to the local centers and 19 sanctuaries state-wide.
You will join a community of families and individuals who care about Connecticut’s environment. Our members support us by working as citizen scientists, participating in our many programs, and volunteering at our centers with the goal of improving bird habitats and the environment in the beautiful state we call home.
Please join today! For further information about membership in the Connecticut Audubon Society, please contact our Membership Staff at 203-259-6305, ext. 105, or firstname.lastname@example.org.