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Register for our 2017 Summer Camp!

Registration for our 2017 summer camps started February 14! We have day camps in Fairfield, at Milford Point, in Glastonbury, […]

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Fairfield Resident and Conservationist Joins Connecticut Audubon as Director of Fairfield and Milford Operations

For immediate release Fairfield, January 19, 2017 – The Connecticut Audubon Society has named longtime Fairfield resident Rick Boucher to […]

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Volunteer for Osprey Nation in 2017

February 7, 2017 – With hundreds of Ospreys soon to arrive back in Connecticut, we are making preparations for our […]

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News Release: Environmental review of proposed Northeast Corridor rail line ignores endangered species

February 20, 2017 For immediate release Old Lyme, Conn. – The final environmental study of the proposed Northeast Corridor rail […]

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We Oppose the Nomination of Scott Pruitt as EPA Administrator

The following letter was approved by the Connecticut Audubon Society’s Board of Directors and sent to U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal […]

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2017 Edwin Way Teale Artist-in-Residence Program

The Connecticut Audubon Society is accepting applications for the 2017 Edwin Way Teale Artists-in-Residence at Trail Wood program. Through the […]

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Connecticut Audubon asks Bridgeport to prevent disturbance of Arthur Street Osprey nest

December 6, 2016 – The Connecticut Audubon Society has called on Bridgeport officials to halt the mowing of a small […]

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State of the Birds 2016 News Coverage

News media from around Connecticut covered the release of the Connecticut State of the Birds 2016 report, “Gains, Losses and […]

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News Release, Sept. 1: Connecticut Audubon Names New Interim Director at its Center at Glastonbury

Renovations Underway to Improve the Building and Outdoor Aviary September 1, 2016 – The Connecticut Audubon Society is embarking on […]

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Annual Report 2016: A Celebration of Membership

Our 2016 Annual Report celebrates our members and volunteers, with almost two dozen interviews about their experiences with Connecticut’s birds […]

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