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Audubon Connecticut protects birds and the places they need, today and tomorrow.

Little Blue Heron. Photo: Mary Giraulo/Audubon Photography Awards

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How Will New Offshore Wind Projects Affect Connecticut’s Birds and Wildlife?
Advocacy

How Will New Offshore Wind Projects Affect Connecticut’s Birds and Wildlife?

The Commission on Environmental Standards' report and recommendations hold the start of an answer.

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Lyme Forest Block Conservation Project
Important Bird Areas

Lyme Forest Block Conservation Project

Making a difference, together, for the Lyme Forest Block and Eightmile River Watershed.

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Look Up! Hawkwatch is here in Connecticut
Hawkwatch

Look Up! Hawkwatch is here in Connecticut

Where are the best places to watch, count, and photograph fall raptor migration? Find out here.

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Landscape-scale Forest Restoration Grant for Land Trusts
Working Lands

Forest Restoration Grant for Land Trusts

Attention Connecticut land trusts - Audubon Connecticut has been awarded a U.S. Forest Service grant to help you to assess your forest lands, identify management areas, and initiate forest restoration efforts on your lands.

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$1.3 billion a year for at-risk species
Advocacy

$1.3 billion a year for at-risk species

The bipartisan Recovering America’s Wildlife Act would direct resources to recover species BEFORE they reach the brink of extinction.

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What can we do about the seabird extinction crisis?
Advocacy

What can we do about the seabird extinction crisis?

Seabirds primarily eat forage fish, which are small fish like herrings and anchovies. We must ensure adequate protections for forage fish so that the wildlife, people and economies that depend on them can continue to thrive.

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Discover Audubon Connecticut

Key Conservation Work

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Audubon Sharon
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Audubon Sharon

Rehabilitating injured wildlife and protecting 3,000 acres of woodland habitat that they call home through stewardship and education in the Northwest Corner.

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Audubon Center Bent of the River
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Audubon Center Bent of the River

Conserving open space and working lands through programming at our 700-acre nature sanctuary and education center in Southbury.

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Audubon Greenwich
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Audubon Greenwich

Building a brighter future through engagement and education at our nature education center and seven sanctuaries in southwest Connecticut.

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News & Information

American Oystercatcher Nest Survives Washout, and Other Firsts
Coasts

American Oystercatcher Nest Survives Washout, and Other Firsts

Audubon Connecticut’s 2019 coastal field season saw many successes for this iconic shorebird species.

Kestrel Nest Box Program Keeps Populations Steady
Conservation

Kestrel Nest Box Program Keeps Populations Steady

How do we increase the statewide population of American Kestrels? One nest box at a time.

How Will New Offshore Wind Projects Affect Connecticut’s Birds and Wildlife?
Advocacy

How Will New Offshore Wind Projects Affect Connecticut’s Birds and Wildlife?

The Commission on Environmental Standards' report and recommendations hold the start of an answer.

Audubon Connecticut Welcomes Robert O. Dryfoos and Robert J. Klee to Board of Directors
About Us

Audubon Connecticut Welcomes Robert O. Dryfoos and Robert J. Klee to Board of Directors

Dryfoos and Klee are dedicated to the conservation of Connecticut’s natural resources for birds and people alike.

$1.3 billion a year for at-risk species
Advocacy

$1.3 billion a year for at-risk species

The bipartisan Recovering America’s Wildlife Act would direct resources to recover species BEFORE they reach the brink of extinction.

What To Do With an Injured or Orphaned Bird
Nature Notes

What To Do With an Injured or Orphaned Bird

Guidelines on what to do if you encounter injured, sick, or orphaned birds.

Six Special Birds of Summer
Priority Bird Species

Six Special Birds of Summer

These Connecticut species bring out the bird nerd in all of us.

Ashforth and Audubon Connecticut Partner on Habitat Restoration Project
Bird-Friendly Communities

Ashforth and Audubon Connecticut Partner on Habitat Restoration Project

Greenwich Plaza Creates Urban Oasis for Migrating Birds and Pollinators

Offshore Wind Bill Passes, Audubon Joins Commission on Environmental Standards
News

Offshore Wind Bill Passes, Audubon Joins Commission on Environmental Standards

The Commission will provide input on best practices for avoiding, minimizing, and mitigating any impacts to wildlife.

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