Welcome to Audubon Connecticut's Virtual Classroom! Explore educational online content, videos, and live streaming for nature lovers of all ages and knowledge levels. Choose from introductory to more in-depth information and formats.
Created and curated by Audubon naturalists and program experts based across our three centers in Greenwich, Sharon, and Southbury, this online library offers fun facts, nature insights, and activity information related to the beautiful and diverse habitats and wildlife of Connecticut. There are fantastic resources to explore from the National Audubon Society here too. Enjoy!
For Beginners or Those Looking to Learn Brief, Fun Facts About Nature
More In-Depth Guidance and Information to Hone Your Bird Knowledge and Birding Skills
Birds to Know - Priority Species of Connecticut
Webinars, Workshops, Presentations, Articles, and Resources to Better Understand Birds and Nature and the Actions We Can ALL Take to Protect Them
April 2020 Webinar presented by Audubon Connecticut, featuring Emily May with The Xerces Society as she discusses the importance of pollinators for ecosystems and our daily lives and how to turn our yards and gardens into pollinator refuges.
From strange and often dangerous herbal "cures" to black magic, and wonderful legends of love, it is all that is called Wildflower Folklore. Check out this fascinating online webinar about these botanical wonders, presented by Bent of the River Audubon Center.
Learn More About Wildlife Rehabilitation and Nature
(Livestream video sessions by Sharon Audubon Center)