Connecticut Audbon Society
Center at Fairfield

Birdcraft

Programs & Events at Birdcraft

Due to Covid-19, masks are strongly encouraged, but no longer required, for program participants or employees (subject to change). However, masking is still recommended when distancing is not possible indoors or when in close contact with others. Participants and staff who choose to wear a mask are welcome to do so.

 

Bird Walk in the Sanctuary – FULL

Song Sparrow, Photo by USFWS.

Monday, June 6
8:30 – 9:30 a.m.

Join Connecticut Audubon’s Habitat Steward Stefan Martin on this walk to see some of the bird species that call the Birdcraft Sanctuary home, as well as some of the later migrants working their way through the state. Because the Sanctuary has been hemmed in by development, its isolation has made it an oasis for migrating birds searching for a green patch to rest and feed.

The Birdcraft Sanctuary is the only National Historic Landmark in Connecticut that earned its designation because of its connection to conservation and the environment. It was created in 1914 by Mabel Osgood Wright, who founded the Connecticut Audubon Society.

Note: This program is full and registration has closed. Any additional details will be sent the day before the event to all registered participants. This walk is being offered in partnership with the Trumbull Library.

 

 

 

 

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