Audubon Connecticut

Working together for birds, nature, and people of Connecticut & the Atlantic Flyway

Ruby-crowned Kinglet. Photo: Linda Pizer

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A Conservation Legacy Lives On
Centers, Sancturies, And Chapters

A Conservation Legacy Lives On

The lifelong dream of Edith Leopold lives on at the Audubon wildlife sanctuary in Hartland, Connecticut

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Meet Ted Gilman
About Us

Meet Ted Gilman

Senior Naturalist & Environmental Education Specialist, Audubon Greenwich

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Audubon Live!
Audubon Live!

Welcome to Audubon Live!

Audubon Connecticut's hub for information in motion. Explore featured video, audio, and web cam links about Audubon, our mission, conservation work, and more.

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Saving Shorebirds…One Nest at a Time
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Saving Shorebirds…One Nest at a Time

With the help of the next generation of stewards, summer 2017 was a great step forward for shorebird conservation and community enrichment

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Growing by Leaps and Bounds
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Growing by Leaps and Bounds

The Schoolyard Habitat program is reaching more students through enhanced outreach and a new online resource

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Discover Audubon Connecticut

Habitat Conservation - For Birds, Nature, and People

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Audubon Connecticut Osprey Observations Facebook Contest
Audubon Live!

Osprey Observations Facebook Contest

Congratulations Lesley Graham of Ivoryton, Connecticut—chosen by a random drawing of contest entries on July 17, 2017. Thank you to those who participated in our contest and everyone who has been watching the cam. We hope you enjoy your Audubon Patagonia fleece jacket, Lesley!

Improving the Quality of Connecticut’s Forests for Birds and Wildlife
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Improving the Quality of Connecticut’s Forests for Birds and Wildlife

Learn how Audubon Connecticut is working to stem the decline of forest birds through our forest conservation efforts across the state and with partners throughout the Atlantic Flyway

Historic Audubon Barn Receives a Spring Facelift
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Historic Audubon Barn Receives a Spring Facelift

Thanks to generous donations, the barn and learning center at Audubon Center Bent of the River got some TLC

Audubon Sharon Continues to Make a Difference in the Northwest Corner
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Audubon Sharon Continues to Make a Difference in the Northwest Corner

Sick, injured, and orphaned animals have a fighting chance, thanks to the center's Wildlife Rehabilitation Progam

Federal Funding Bill Includes $8 Million to Protect Long Island Sound
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Federal Funding Bill Includes $8 Million to Protect Long Island Sound

May 9, 2017—Great news for LIS conservation efforts! This year's federal investment is over $4 million more than 2016's funding level.

Providing Bird Habitat Through Urban Oases
Bird-Friendly Communities

Providing Bird Habitat Through Urban Oases

Three new bird-friendly habitat locations are set to be planted in the New Haven area during the summer of 2017

15 Great Deer-Resistant Native Plants
Bird-Friendly Communities

15 Great Deer-Resistant Native Plants

Beautify the landscape and fill garden gaps with this less-palatable mix of natives that Bambi tends to avoid

2017 ELA Benefit Dinner is a Great Success
Environmental Leadership Awards Benefit

2017 ELA Benefit Dinner is a Great Success

Audubon Connecticut thanks you for supporting the birds and wildlife of Connecticut

Plum Island Wake-Up Call
News

Plum Island Wake-Up Call

New website and documentary explain the imminent threat to this critical habitat in Long Island Sound

Great Meadows Recognized as an Important Bird Area
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Great Meadows Recognized as an Important Bird Area

March 23, 2017—Audubon Connecticut announces a new landscape-level IBA with farmland and forested wetlands located along an 8-mile stretch of the Connecticut River

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