OPENING Reception and Reading
Sunday, January 21, 2 – 4 p.m.
Exhibit through February 25
Each year the Summer Writer and Artist In-Residence Program at our Trail Wood Sanctuary in Hampton produces inspirational work. This year’s class is no exception. The beauty found in their paintings, photography and written word well reflect the tranquility of Trail Wood. A great boost in the dead of winter, come celebrate this year’s artists and writers and the Trail Wood experience. Free admission – donations always appreciated.
Learn to recognize the hungry diners at your feeder, what foods they like best, where to place your bird feeders, and how often to clean your feeders. Make your own special bird food mix for your backyard feathered friends. Discover how you can participate in citizen science by watching the birds at your feeder.
We’ll share information about the Great Backyard Bird Count, February 16- 19, 2018, and Project FeederWatch.
For adults and families with children. Suitable for children age 6 and up. Children must be accompanied by an actively participating adult.
Connecticut Audubon members $5, family max $18; non-members $10, family max. $35.
Click here to register.
To register family groups with four or more participants, please call 203-878-7440.
Sunday, February 11, 2 p.m.
(Snow date: Sun., Feb. 18, 2 p.m.)
Alison Davis, a dear friend of Edwin and Nellie Teale, and accomplished nature writer, will lead this program. Learn about the Teale’s, their love of nature and Edwin’s extraordinary writing career, while working on your own verse. All levels of experience welcome. Fee: $10 CAS members; $20 non-members.