Audubon Connecticut is a leader in the conservation arena in the state.
You can help us make a big difference in state and federal policy affecting the environment! The Co-Chair of the Connecticut Legislature's Environment Committee once told us that if she heard from a half dozen people on an issue, that she considered it a mandate and was compelled to take action. So, yes, your phone calls, letters and e-mails do make a difference!
Use the links at the right to learn more about how you can get involved in advocating to protect birds, wildlife and habitat in Connecticut.
At the state Capitol, Audubon advocates for:
- Funding for state wildlife management programs and open space land preservation
- Defending the state's environmental laws
- Protecting families and the state's environment from harmful impacts of pesticides
- Curbing light pollution and halting the spread of invasive exotic species
In Congress, Audubon Connecticut advocates for:
- Reauthorization of the Long Island Sound Restoration Act
- Legislation creating a Long Island Sound Stewardship System
- Federal funding for Long Island Sound restoration and clean-up activities
- Federal funding for land acquisition to add protected lands to the Stewart B. McKinney and Conte National Wildlife Refuges
- Audubon At School
- Audubon At Home
- Urban Oases
- Urban Wildlife Refuges
- Important Bird Areas
- Forest Bird Initiative
- Coastal Waterbird Stewardship
- Long Island Sound Campaign
- Issues & Action