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Black-throated Blue Warbler. Photo: Megumi Aita

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Bald Eagle Saved by Audubon Sharon
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Bald Eagle Saved by Audubon Sharon

A happy return to the wild for a critically ill Bald Eagle discovered in Thomaston on April 1, 2016. View video here.

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New Haven Designated an Urban Bird Treaty City
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New Haven Designated an Urban Bird Treaty City

On May 14, 2016, Mayor Toni Harp, U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal, Pam Toschik, Chief of Migratory Birds for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and other community partners came together to celebrate and sign a monumental treaty for the protection of migratory birds

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Connecticut Birds & Wildlife Thank You
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Connecticut Birds & Wildlife Thank You

The 2016 Environmental Leadership Awards Benefit Dinner was a resounding success

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Bald Eagle Saved by Audubon Sharon
News

Bald Eagle Saved by Audubon Sharon

A happy return to the wild for a critically ill Bald Eagle discovered in Thomaston on April 1, 2016. View video here.

New Haven Designated an Urban Bird Treaty City
Conservation

New Haven Designated an Urban Bird Treaty City

On May 14, 2016, Mayor Toni Harp, U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal, Pam Toschik, Chief of Migratory Birds for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and other community partners came together to celebrate and sign a monumental treaty for the protection of migratory birds

Connecticut Birds & Wildlife Thank You
Conservation

Connecticut Birds & Wildlife Thank You

The 2016 Environmental Leadership Awards Benefit Dinner was a resounding success

Plants for Birds
Bird-Friendly Communities

The Audubon Native Plants Database is Live

This helpful and fun-to-use resource helps you find bird-friendly native plants—which also save you water, time, and money. Just enter your zip code to discover which plants are best for birds in your area.

Conserving Greenwich Point Park
Important Bird Areas

Conserving Greenwich Point Park

The Greenwich Point Park Important Bird Area Conservation Plan is complete—learn what needs to be done to protect this bird habitat

Generous Funding Helps Advance Conservation
Conservation

Generous Funding Helps Advance Conservation

Thanks to a grant from Fairfield County’s Community Foundation and gift from David and Landon Storrs, Audubon Connecticut can work to further protect coastal bird habitats

Help Create a New Wildlife Refuge
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A New Wildlife Refuge on the Horizon?

Efforts are underway to support a new northeastern wildlife refuge—the deadline to comment was Friday, March 4, 2016—view Audubon Connecticut's comments here

Woodbury Chimneys Recognized as an Important Bird Area
Important Bird Areas

Woodbury Chimneys Recognized as an Important Bird Area

A vital conservation designation that will help to protect a roosting site for the near-threatened Chimney Swift bird species

Learning More About Piping Plovers
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Learning More About Piping Plovers

Participation in the 2016 International Piping Plover Census results in a better understanding of this priority bird species

Look What You Helped to Accomplish
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Look What You Helped to Accomplish

Take a moment to view the 2015 Audubon Connecticut Annual Conservation Achievement Report

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