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Connecticut's Birds Are Facing Changes
Audubon’s new climate study reveals the devastation global warming will likely bring down on birds―and identifies the habitat strongholds they’ll need to hang on.
Take a Hike
Open from dawn to dusk, stroll along miles of well-kept trails through meadows, woodlands and riparian corridors.
Audubon Climate Report at a Glance
Everything you need to know about our findings, their implications, and how to interpret the data for the birds we care about.
Nature Program Calendar
Download the Calendar of Events & Don't Miss the Many Events @ Audubon Greenwich!
There are many things you can do that will provide you with new, exciting experiences that will also help us.
J. J. Audubon's watercolors by the Oppenheimer Gallery
Experience the iconic works of John James Audubon and other natural history artists, now on exhibit in Audubon Greenwich's newly renovated Kiernan Hall.
Wood Frogs, Warblers & More
Visit Audubon Greenwich in spring when wood frogs emerge from thier woodland homes and warblers return from thier winter homes in the south.
Photo credit: J. Cordulack
Lecture & Film Nights
Become inspired and informed ~ Enjoy special lectures & documentry films in Audubon Greenwich's Kiernan Hall.
Photo credit: John Robbins
Nature Program & Events
Audubon Greenwich hosts events throughout the year including: guided hikes, family events, citizen science efforts, birding classes, interesting lectures, and documentary film events. Use the calendar online or sign up for the AGNEWS email service.
History of Audubon Greenwich
The Audubon Center in Greenwich opened in 1942 as the National Audubon Society's first environmental education center in the United States.
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2014 Quaker Ridge Hawk Watch Wrap-Up: a 'Citizen Science' presentation & celebration
Dec 7 2014 -
613 Riversville Road
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Main Sanctuary & Kimberlin Center
The 285-acre sanctuary has approximately seven miles of trails.
Directions To Audubon Greenwich
Audubon Greenwich is easy to get to from anywhere in the Tri-State area.
Quaker Ridge Hawk Watch
Each Fall, thousands of migrating raptors are counted as they pass over the Quaker Ridge H...
Nature Programs & Events
Audubon Greenwich hosts hikes & special events nearly every week of the year.
The Nature Store & Gift Shop
The Nature Store is a great place to shop for kids, nature lovers, and all your bird feeder and...
Special Events Rentals
Audubon Greenwich is an ideal facility to hold your next meeting, presentation, or party.
Audubon Art Exhibition | In the Oppenheimer Gallery
Audubon's "Birds of Prey" & Botanical Masterpieces ~ now on display in Kiernan Hall
Wildlife Species Checklists
Keep track of local wildlife with these handy lists.
Fairchild Wildflower Sanctuary
Benjamin T. Fairchild developed the Fairchild Garden as a wildflower sanctuary on abandoned far...
Audubon Greenwich Educator Receives National Award
Published: Feb 21, 2014
Ted Gilman wins the 2013 Tamar Chotzen Audubon Educator of the Year Award
In-Flight Newsletters ~ published by Audubon Greenwich
To read up on all the news happening at Audubon Greenwich, please click on the links below.&nbs...
Audubon Greenwich director remembers past, looks to future
Published: Jan 12, 2014
Michelle Frankel & staff develop 21st century environmental education center in Greenwich
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