The Connecticut Audubon Society has 5 Centers and 19 Sanctuaries throughout the state. The Centers represent Connecticut’s ecosystems and habitats, and work to preserve these habitats and educate students and the public about them.
- The Center at Fairfield contains land and freshwater wetland habitats.
- The Birdcraft Museum is the center of our natural history education programs.
- The Coastal Center at Milford Point is on the Long Island Sound and works with its ecosystem and saltwater marshes.
- The Center at Glastonbury is in the Connecticut River Valley and focuses on river ecosystems.
- The Center at Pomfret contains extensive grassland habitats.
Our Sanctuaries represent a variety of forest, land, pond and stream, tidal wetland, and marsh ecosystems and habitats.
We encourage you to visit our Centers, participate in our educational and nature programs, work on a Citizen Science project, volunteer, and learn about our work in preserving the many birds and their habitats in Connecticut.