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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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Audubon Live!
Audubon Live!

View Live Bird Cams

View live, streaming bird cams and explore featured video and audio links about Audubon, our mission, conservation work, and more.

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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

Visit a Center Near You

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

Where did the Osprey cams come from?
Audubon Live!

Where did the Osprey cams come from?

Learn about Menunkatuck Audubon Society's Osprey platform program here.

Hummingbird Flight Is Like Nothing Else in the Bird World
News

Hummingbird Flight Is Like Nothing Else in the Bird World

These talented fliers can hover, whiz forward and backward, and come to a complete stop in an instant.

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.

Audubon Connecticut Names Robert LaFrance as New Policy Director
Advocacy

Audubon Connecticut Names Robert LaFrance as New Policy Director

— We are elated to have Robert join Audubon Connecticut as Policy Director. His positive, bipartisan record of legislative accomplishments and passion for nature make him a dynamic addition the team.
Nearly 10 Billion Taxpayer Dollars Saved by Bipartisan Coastal Law: New Economic Study
Advocacy

Nearly 10 Billion Taxpayer Dollars Saved by Bipartisan Coastal Law: New Economic Study

Study comes as Coastal Barrier Resources System undergoes 9-state revision after Hurricane Sandy

Hog Island Program Discounts
Events

Hog Island Program Discounts

Spring 2019 registration is open for Hog Island Audubon programming, with special discounts available now!

Support Open Space for Birds
News

Support Open Space for Birds

We need your help now! Connecticut needs to preserve open space and provide adequate stewardship of open space that has already been acquired.

Spotted in the Bahamas: Pink Flag 2E
Coasts

Spotted in the Bahamas: Pink Flag 2E

While just over 60 pairs of Piping Plovers nest in Connecticut, one keeps making herself known.

Connecticut Birds in the Caribbean
Nature Notes

Connecticut Birds in the Caribbean

Are you a Connecticut "snowbird?" Look for Northern Waterthrush, Western Sandpipers, Ovenbirds, Blue-winged Warblers, and American Redstarts in the tropics!

The Great Backyard Bird Count
Community Science

Join The Great Backyard Bird Count

Have fun while contributing to science! You can count anywhere and for as long as you like from February 15 - 18 or join a guided event at an Audubon center.

How you can help, right now