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Osprey Nation Volunteers Needed!

The response to this request has been overwhelming and our need for volunteers has been taken care of! More than 500 people emailed us. Thank you all! April 4, 2018 – Ospreys have returned to Connecticut for the nesting season and, if trends continue, well over 400 pairs will successfully raise young birds and send […]

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Native Plant Sale to Benefit Connecticut Audubon’s Local Conservation Work

Thank you! The plant sale was a great success and will really help us transform the Smith Richardson Preserve into an amazing coastal wildlife habitat. Thanks especially to the generosity of Oliver Nurseries! Earth Day Weekend Saturday, April 21, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sunday, April 22, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Oliver Nurseries, 1159 […]

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Get Involved in Migration Madness!

How do you get involved? Each of Connecticut Audubon’s Centers will be hosting special bird walks and other programs. Send your contact information to the Migration Madness coordinator, Amelia Graham. migrationmadness@ctaudubon.org Not an expert at identifying birds? That’s OK! Everyone counts, and every bird counts. Join a team at one of our centers. Staff can […]

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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 […]

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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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