Working together for birds, nature, and people of Connecticut & the Atlantic Flyway
Roseate Spoonbill. Photo: Mary Lundeberg / Audubon Photography Awards
For such a small state, Connecticut is quite a gem when it comes to birding. The land spans a length of just 110 miles and is comprised of habitats ranging from offshore islands to grasslands to tracts of woodland. Grab your binoculars and check out these notable bird hotspots across the state.
Thursday, November 1, 2018 - Learn and grow with Audubon Connecticut. Educators across the state are invited to take part in this day-long summit filled with opportunities for professional development, networking, and learning about best practices in outdoor education.
BirdCast can accurately forecast the biggest migration movements days in advance. This is good news for birds and birders alike.
Each month take small actions to make a difference for birds. September's featured action is to Help Birds On Their Journey. Window collisions are a major cause of bird deaths. Turn off lights at night and use decals to make your windows bird-friendly. Other actions like mow less, avoid pesticides, think organic, and save water make a difference too. Join the 2018 Year of the Bird celebration!