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Summer Camp 2018

Register Now! Our camps are located in Fairfield, Milford Point, Glastonbury, and Pomfret (registration for our new camp at the Roger Tory Peterson Estuary Center will start at a later date). Here are the links you will need to register and for more information. Center at Fairfield Coastal Center at Milford Point Center at Glastonbury […]


New Grant Will Bring Science in Nature to 1,700 Connecticut Elementary School Students

January 8, 2018 – With the help of a generous grant from the SBM Charitable Foundation of Manchester, the Connecticut Audubon Society will expand its Science in Nature outdoor education program to 79 additional classrooms in Hartford and Windham counties, doubling the number of elementary school children who have participated in the program there. SBMCF […]


6 Ways to Help Birds in Cold Weather

January 3, 2018 – Connecticut’s birds are generally well-adapted to New England winters. But that doesn’t mean you can’t help them get through periods that are particularly cold and snowy. Like now. The keys are food and water. Give your local birds plenty of nutritious food to eat. That does not include bread, by the […]


Welcome the Piping Plovers Back by Volunteering for the Audubon Alliance

“If you want to be involved in a program that clearly is successful, this is it.” March 8, 2018 – Piping Plovers will be migrating back to Connecticut’s beaches any day now and conservationists are preparing to do everything possible to help them have a breeding season as successful as last year’s, starting with training […]


Piping Plover Monitoring at Refurbished Hammonasset Beach

March 8, 2018 – The Connecticut Audubon Society, working under a contract with the Connecticut Port Authority, is beginning a program to monitor the population of Piping Plovers at Hammonasset Beach State Park in Madison. The program is part of the follow up work required as a condition of federal approval for a dredging project […]





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