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June 1, 2017: Deer Pond Farm: 835 Acres in Western Connecticut

February 20, 2017: Environmental review of proposed Northeast Corridor rail line ignores endangered species

November 21, 2016: State of the Birds 2016: Gains, Losses and the Prospect of Extinction

November 9, 2016: Grant from SBM Charitable Foundation Supports Outdoor Science Education for 1,800 Students at Connecticut Audubon’s Centers in Glastonbury and Pomfret

November 9, 2016: Concern for Bafflin Sanctuary in Pomfret Prompts Connecticut Audubon to Oppose Killingly Power Plant

September 1, 2016: Connecticut Audubon Names New Interim Director at its Center at Glastonbury

June 6, 2016: Connecticut Audubon Needs Citizen Scientists to Monitor the State’s Booming Osprey Population

May 19, 2016: Creek Critters: A New Connecticut Audubon Mobile App for Stream Monitoring

April 6, 2016: The Connecticut Audubon Society Names Nelson North as Executive Director

February 15, 2016: Northeast Corridor Rail Proposal is Likely to Damage Connecticut Audubon Society Sanctuaries

February 2, 2016: To Protect Wildlife and Visitors, the Connecticut Audubon Society Bans Drones in All Its Sanctuaries

January 11, 2016: Young Family Foundation Grant Helps EcoTravel Provide Binoculars and Field Guides to Students in Cuba

December 8, 2015: Connecticut State of the Birds 2015: Protect and Connect

December 1, 2015: Connecticut’s “Vulnerable 6” Wildlife Species at High Risk Because of Climate Change

November 24, 2015: The Connecticut Audubon Society Wins EPA Grant to Make Climate Change Education Part of Everyday Programs

August 24, 2015: Education Director Participates in White House Climate Change Meeting

August 24, 2015: Annual Meeting Set for October 6 in Hartford

July 2015: Osprey Nation Grows as Citizen Scientists Help Monitor Connecticut’s Osprey Population

June 2015: New Logo Highlights New Energy and Outlook for The Connecticut Audubon Society

June 2015: Education Director Named to State Greenways Council

May 2015: Connecticut Audubon Society Forms Regional Board to Expand its Work in the Lower Connecticut Valley

December 2014: Connecticut Audubon Society Receives 3M Eco Grant to Provide Outdoor Science Education to Meriden Students

November 2014: Connecticut Audubon Society’s Osprey Nation program gets a boost in Old Lyme

October 2014: Connecticut Audubon’s “Science in Nature” is Named  Regions’ Best Environmental Education Program

August 2014: Connecticut Audubon Society Receives Fellowship to Bring Climate Change Education to New Haven and other Connecticut Communities

July 2014: Habitat Change Threatens Connecticut’s Birds; Sound Conservation Land Management is Crucial to Recovery

June 2014: Connecticut Audubon Society Launches “Osprey Nation,” a New Citizen Science Initiative to Help Protect the State’s Ospreys

June 2014: Grant From SBM Charitable Foundation Supports Outdoor Science Education for 1,500 Students at Connecticut Audubon’s Center at Glastonbury

January 2014: The Great Connecticut Audubon Snowy Owl Observation Contest

December 2013: On the First Day of Christmas, Don’t Expect a Partridge in a Connecticut Pear Tree

December 2013: Connecticut Audubon’s Milford Point Coastal Center is Among the State’s Top Spots for Viewing Snowy Owls

November 2013: Connecticut Audubon’s Top 10 Turkey Towns Show that Wild Turkeys, Once Nearly Wiped Out, Are Now Widespread and Common

November 2013: Greens Farms Academy Students Work With Connecticut Audubon Society on Forest Health Study

November 2013: Connecticut Audubon and Sacred Heart University Receive Grant for Innovative Habitat Improvement and Shoreline Protection Project

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