Connecticut Audbon Society
Center at Fairfield

Center at Fairfield

The Center at Fairfield
Nature Store
203-259-6305  ext. 109

Nature Store Hours are:
Monday – Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.


Here’s a peak at some of our selections:​

  Décor for your home salt & peppers, pillows, mugs, leaf plates, notecards and lots more! Birds & Beans coffee is in stock right now, too.




Our puzzles are a perfect fit! With fun and eye-catching illustrations, our puzzles are an ideal family activity for adults and children to enjoy together. Stop by to find one (or more) for your flock!







Hummingbird feeders for your tiny guests – These decorative, antique style glass bottles have elegant base accents with four flower feeding ports and will surely prove popular for your smallest of birds. They arrive early May, so stop by now for a great selection.






Attract double the number of finches with these mesh feeder! These magnet mesh metal feeders have a patented magnet mesh which tests have proved will attract up to double the number of birds than other mesh on the market, and also feature a releasable base for easy cleaning. You will love seeing this screen just loaded with finches and their friends feasting on bird seed from our store (see below).





We always have a wide selection of seed available!
Knowledgeable staff are always on hand to help you select the right seed and the correct feeder for your specific bird feeding and bird watching needs. And don’t forget, Connecticut Audubon Society members receive a 10% discount!





Eat chocolates, help birds, does it get any better?
The Center at Fairfield chocolates, AudubonBons collection has 4 flavors: Blood Orange, Rum, Peppermint and Red Currant. AudubonBons are handcrafted in small batches in Fairfield, Connecticut by Master Chocolatier Benoit Racquet, owner of BE Chocolat, using finest imported Belgian chocolate. AudubonBons may be purchased in the Nature Store or on-line.




Plush birds – The Nature Store has a wide selection of birds that are soft, cuddly and educational. Each one plays its own unique and realistic bird song, provided by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology. From backyard birds to majestic birds of prey, geese and ducks, they are a great way to bring bird watching into your home.







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