Connecticut Audbon Society
Center at Fairfield

Center at Fairfield

Programs and Events at the Center at Fairfield

Register Now for Summer Camp!

Summer camp sessions are held through Friday, August 17
Click here for complete details, including times, brochure and registration information.

Spaces are still available for the Connecticut Audubon Society’s summer camp in Fairfield, which offers full and half-day sessions in a unique learning environment. Campers ages 4 through 14 attend week-long, science and nature-themed programs that use the varied habitats of the Larsen Wildlife Sanctuary and the Center’s interactive classroom facilities to inspire and build a life-long connection to, and appreciation for, the natural world.

The staff is led by teacher-naturalists, with education/science experience, and is trained in first aid, CPR and Epi-Pen. High staff-to-camper ratio ensures a safe camp experience. Options for before and after care, and “lunch bunch” are available for half-day sessions.

Preschool Programs Ages 4-5 (half-day sessions)
Frogs and Friends! July 23-27
Yuck Muck! July 30-August 3: FULL
Creature Feature: August 6-10
Camp Extravaganza: August 13-17





Completed Kindergarten-5th Grade Camps
Reptile and Amphibian Mania: July 23-27
Muck It Up! July 30-August 3
Amazing Adaptations: August 6-10
Camp Extravaganza: August 13-17





Completed 6-8th Grade Camps
Aquatic Adventurers: July 23-27: FULL
Fun-Omental Physics: July 30-August 3: FULL





Click here to download the Camp brochure.

Camp Forms:
Registration Information
Registration Form
Medical Form
Medical Authorization Release Form
Junior Counselor Application


Master Naturalist Woodland Program

Tuesdays, September 4 – November 6, 2018
(Note: no class on September 25 and one Saturday class on September 15) 
10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Are you interested in expanding your knowledge of the habitats, plants, animals and natural history of Connecticut? Would you like to experience the rewards of sharing that knowledge and teaching others about the stewardship of Connecticut’s natural resources? If so, our Master Naturalist Woodland Program may be for you!

Participants will learn skills to help identify common plants and animals. Topics include introductory botany, geology, entomology (insects) amphibians, reptiles, ornithology, mammals, marine ecosystems, interpretive guide techniques and the history of the Connecticut Audubon Society.

The Master Naturalist Woodland Program at the Center at Fairfield provides 40 hours of classroom and field training in four-hour sessions over 10 weeks (see our graduates from 2017 here). Training programs prepare adults of all experience levels to become naturalists in their communities and to contribute to environmental education and conservation efforts through volunteer service.

Classes are taught by field experts. The cost is $250 for members and $305 for non-members (includes membership; to become a member, click here). As part of the tuition, participants must be able to contribute 10 hours of volunteer service within the year following the training. To complete the program, please expect to attend every class. Application deadline is August 1. To download the Application Form click here. To view our flyer, click here.

For more information call 203-259-6305 ext. 109 or email
Most of the classes will be held at Center at Fairfield, 2325 Burr Street.




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