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Smith Richardson: A Neighborhood Sanctuary for Greens Farms, Southport, and the Rest of Westport and Fairfield

July 21, 2016 – You may have noticed changes recently at the H. Smith Richardson Wildlife Preserve, on Sasco Creek Road in Westpoert, with more on the way – and all for the good. Most noticeably, we put up a new sign earlier this year on the section of the preserve south of I-95, on […]

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What to do with “Abandoned” or “Orphaned” Wildlife

The Connecticut Audubon Society cannot accept injured or orphaned animals.   But there’s good advice on what to do from the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection: “If you find a young bird on the ground that appears to not have feathers, look for a nest. If a nest is in a nearby tree […]

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You Can Help Connecticut’s Ospreys by Volunteering as a Citizen Scientist

June 14 Update Connecticut Residents Respond! Our Call to Action has resulted in enough new volunteers to monitor 112 additional nests. So as of today, 405 of approximately 533 active nests are being monitored. Thank you for the great response!   June 6, 2016 – As the number of Osprey nests continues to increase throughout […]

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The 6-Minute Guide to Helping Connecticut’s Ospreys

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Go Solar with RGS Energy to Benefit Connecticut Audubon

The benefits of solar energy to the environment are obvious. If you are thinking about moving to solar, consider RGS Energy – it is likely to benefit you, the environment and us. And if it benefits us, it benefits conservation in Connecticut. The Connecticut  Audubon Society has entered into a partnership that will bring us […]

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