The environmental education movement in the United States has early roots at Hog Island. Now celebrating 80 years as an education camp for adults, families & teens, Hog Island has inspired scores of scientists, school and university educators, and conservation leaders.
Hog Island Audubon Camp programs are operated by the National Audubon Seabird Restoration Program (Project Puffin).
Spring 2019 registration is now open for Hog Island Audubon programming in Maine, with special discounts available now for Audubon Connecticut supporters!
Learn About Raptors at Home
The newly revised Raptor Rapture Online course from Hog Island will open for registration on March 5th- just ahead of the spring raptor migration. This self-paced course is for anyone, anywhere who wants to learn more about hawks, owls, vultures, and falcons! The course features 10 presentations and four video labs from some of Hog Island’s most inspiring instructors, including Scott Weidensaul, Pete Dunne, Richard Crossley and Stephen Kress. Topics include raptor identification, migration, courtship and family life- all from the comfort of your home. Review quizzes and reading lists supplement each presentation. A special ‘earlybird’ discount is available to Audubon Connecticut members.
Purchase this $125 course for just $99 with the discount code RR19CT.
Learn more at: http://hogisland.audubon.org/programs/raptor-rapture-online
Attract more birds and pollinators!
Discover how to make your property irresistible to birds and pollinators! Join us for Creating Bird-friendly Habitats, a three-day Hog Island session that focuses on creating and enhancing bird and pollinator habitat on properties large and small. Noted instructors include Doug Tallamy, author of Bringing Nature Home. He will emphasize restoring natural relationships between native plants and insects and Audubon's Stephen Kress will offer practical tips for creating bird-friendly habitats. A limited time special discount for this program is available for Audubon Connecticut members.
Use the promo code CT2019 to save $25.