Audubon Greenwich (Greenwich, CT)
See the mating display of the American Woodcock
Before you can spot the 200 species of birds that call the Audubon Center in Greenwich home for some part of the year, you need to start with some
Audubon Center Bent of the River (Southbury, CT)
Come join us for a Woodcock and Whiskey Walk and enjoy an opportunity to witness the amazing courtship dance of the American Woodcock at the A
(Old Lyme, CT)
Join us for a bird walk in the Lyme Forest Block Important Bird Area
Join Board Member, Kate MacKinney, for a personal Safari Gator Tour of the Bent of the River.
(East Lyme, CT)
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