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Bird Finder for January 19: Ross’s Goose, a Connecticut Rarity

Tuesday, January 19th, 2016

Grab your spotting scope and head to East Windsor to look for this rare visitor to Connecticut (and several other rare visitors as well).

Bird Nerd Trivia at the Carriage Barn Art Center!

Tuesday, November 17th, 2015

  Test your avian knowledge against bird (and art) enthusiasts from around the state! The Connecticut Audubon Society is partnering with the Carriage Barn Arts Center’s exhibit, For The Birds, to present another great round of trivia.  Join us at Carriage Barn Art Center in New Canaan on December 9th from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. We’ll have refreshments, […]

Bird Finder for June 10: Glossy Ibis

Tuesday, June 9th, 2015

Glossy Ibis
Ibises are a group of nearly 30 species of distinctive wading birds that occur worldwide. Here in Connecticut we commonly see one species of ibis, the Glossy Ibis, which occurs locally along the coast during the summer season.

Eastern Meadowlark — A Sweet Singer: Bird Finder for June 5.

Friday, June 5th, 2015

Eastern Meadowlark
One of our most threatened species, the Eastern Meadowlark has slowly disappeared in Connecticut along with the large and rambling agricultural meadows that once dominated our landscape.

Roland Clement, former chairman of the board of Connecticut Audubon Society, passes away at age 102

Monday, March 23rd, 2015

Connecticut Audubon Society mourns the passing of Roland Clement, the former chairman of its Board of Directors, on Saturday, March 21, at age 102. Mr. Clement died at his home in Hamden. Mr. Clement spent his life immersed in ornithology in New England and throughout North America, and his love of birds carried over to […]

 

 

 

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