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Victory! Federal Judge Rules Administration’s Bird-Killing Policy is Illegal
News

Victory! Federal Judge Rules Administration’s Bird-Killing Policy is Illegal

Today’s ruling makes it clear that the administration must halt its attempt to rollback the Migratory Bird Treaty Act.

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Are Cerulean Warblers Increasing in Connecticut?
Working Lands

Are Cerulean Warblers Increasing in Connecticut?

Scientists spotting this bird in the Lyme Forest Block wonder if the gypsy moth outbreak has a silver lining.

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Great American Outdoors Act Will Benefit Birds, People, and Parks Across Connecticut
News

Great American Outdoors Act Will Benefit Birds, People, and Parks Across Connecticut

Now signed by the President, the Great American Outdoors Act is officially law.

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Visit a Center Near You

Bent of the River Audubon Center
Centers

Bent of the River Audubon Center

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

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Greenwich Audubon Center
Centers

Greenwich Audubon Center

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

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Sharon Audubon Center
Centers

Sharon Audubon Center

Rehabilitating injured wildlife and protecting more than 2,100 acres of woodland habitat that they call home through stewardship and education in the Northwest Corner.

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Key Conservation Work

News & Information

Hawk Week 2020
Greenwich Audubon Center

Hawk Week 2020

September 28 - October 4 — Join Greenwich Audubon Center and friends around the globe for a week-long celebration of the fall raptor migration. Experience this phenomenon like never before—and enjoy 20+ online events!

Stratford Point Receives 'Best Restored Shore Award'
Coasts

Stratford Point Receives 'Best Restored Shore Award'

Saltmarsh, seaside, and Nelson’s sparrows have been spotted in the re-established salt marsh habitat.

This Connecticut Forest Owner Wants More Magical Bird Moments
Working Lands

This Connecticut Forest Owner Wants More Magical Bird Moments

And thanks to a volunteer-led program in the Lyme Forest Block, she can have them.

8 Ways to Improve Your Woodland Habitats
Working Lands

8 Ways to Improve Your Woodland Habitats

Employ these simple practices to enhance the forest health on your property for the benefit of birds, other wildlife, and people

A Blueprint for a Healthier Coast in New York and Connecticut
Coasts

A Blueprint for a Healthier Coast in New York and Connecticut

Audubon’s new conservation strategy will create a resilient future for the Long Island Sound area.

Victory! Federal Judge Rules Administration’s Bird-Killing Policy is Illegal
News

Victory! Federal Judge Rules Administration’s Bird-Killing Policy is Illegal

Today’s ruling makes it clear that the administration must halt its attempt to rollback the Migratory Bird Treaty Act.

A Big Day for the Little Fish that Seabirds Rely On
News

A Big Day for the Little Fish that Seabirds Rely On

A unanimous vote today recognizes the important role menhaden play for birds, fish, and other wildlife on the Atlantic Coast.

How to Practice Safe, Ethical Shorebird Photography
Nature Notes

How to Practice Safe, Ethical Shorebird Photography

Every photographer longs for that "perfect shot," but at what risk? Here are some best-practices to avoid endangering vulnerable birds.

Great American Outdoors Act Will Benefit Birds, People, and Parks Across Connecticut
News

Great American Outdoors Act Will Benefit Birds, People, and Parks Across Connecticut

Now signed by the President, the Great American Outdoors Act is officially law.

What's the Issue with Birds and Glass?
Bird-Friendly Communities

What's the Issue with Birds and Glass? [Plus webinar]

Up to a billion birds die in glass collisions each year in the U.S., many of which are migratory birds that depend on Connecticut's natural areas.

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