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

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Best of 2019: Audubon Connecticut in Action
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Best of 2019: Audubon Connecticut in Action

It was a year of new beginnings for oystercatchers, a year of growth for conservation programs, and a year of action as we expanded our advocacy efforts for birds and people.

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Inside Look: New Monthly Webinar Series
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Inside Look: New Monthly Webinar Series

Join us every month for an interactive webinar offering an inside look at the latest bird conservation science, research, and best practices.

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Audubon Invites You to Celebrate 120 Years of the Annual Christmas Bird Count
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Audubon Invites You to Celebrate 120 Years of the Annual Christmas Bird Count

Between December 14 and January 5, participants will join the world’s longest-running wildlife census, which contributes invaluable data to bird population research.

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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

Students Go Into the Woods to Improve Forest Health
Working Lands

Students Go Into the Woods to Improve Forest Health

The Junior Forest Technician Program offers high school students hands-on experience managing forest habitat.

Berries for Birds
Nature Notes

Berries for Birds

10 great native shrubs that supply amazing fall beauty as well as food and shelter for our feathered friends

Connecticut Files Lawsuit Challenging Rollback of Endangered Species Act
News

Connecticut Files Lawsuit Challenging Rollback of Endangered Species Act

California joins 16 other states, the District of Columbia and the City of New York in federal lawsuit. ​

Coastal Resilience and the Future of Connecticut's Coast
Advocacy

Coastal Resilience and the Future of Connecticut's Coast

Our coasts are changing, but we can help keep them resilient to benefit birds and people.

Audubon Applauds Federal Lawsuit Challenging Rollback of Endangered Species Act
Advocacy

Audubon Applauds Federal Lawsuit Challenging Rollback of Endangered Species Act

California leads 16 other states, the District of Columbia and the City of New York in federal lawsuit. ​

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
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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.

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