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Audubon's watercolors ~ On exhibit in the Oppenheimer Gallery at Audubon Greenwich
Experience the iconic works of John James Audubon and other natural history artists, now on exhibit in Audubon Greenwich's newly renovated Kiernan Hall.
Nature Program Calendar - Spring 2013
Audubon Greenwich hosts events throughout the year including: guided hikes, family events, citizen science efforts, birding classes, interesting lectures, and documentary fil
Take a Hike
Open from dawn to dusk, stroll along miles of well-kept trails through meadows, woodlands and riparian corridors.
Lecture & Film Nights
Become inspired and informed ~ Enjoy special lectures & documentry films in Audubon Greenwich's Kiernan Hall.
Photo credit: John Robbins
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.
There are many things you can do that will provide you with new, exciting experiences that will also help us.
Wood Frogs, Warblers & More
Wood frogs are at home in the woodlands and vernal pools at Audubon Greenwich. Take a guided hike or set out on your own to explore where the wild things live.
Photo credit: J. Cordulack
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Taste the Terroir of American Honey
Jun 22 2013 -
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Directions (Note: John Street closure)
Audubon Greenwich is easy to get to from anywhere in the Tri-State area.
Nature Programs & Events
Audubon Greenwich hosts hikes & special events nearly every week of the year.
The Oppenheimer Gallery in Kiernan Hall
NOW ON EXHIBIT: J. J. Audubon's New England Birds in Watercolor
Summer Nature Day Camps
Audubon's 285-acre sanctuary is an ideal place for Summer Camp children to develop an appreciat...
15th Annual "HawkWatch Festival & Green Bazaar"
Save the dates and join this exciting two-day raptor-themed nature festival held in the Audubon...
Audubon Greenwich - Main Sanctuary
The 285-acre sanctuary has approximately seven miles of trails.
In-Flight Newsletters from Audubon Greenwich
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Do you have an interest in the natural world and would like to share it with others?
Fairchild Wildflower Sanctuary
Benjamin T. Fairchild developed the Fairchild Garden as a wildflower sanctuary on abandoned far...
The Nature Store at Audubon Greenwich
The Nature Store is open Tuesday-Saturday from 9am to 5pm, and on Sunday from 12pm to 5pm.
Special Events Rentals
Audubon Greenwich is an ideal facility to hold your next meeting, presentation, or party.
Audubon At Home in Greenwich
Together, small changes will make a big difference.
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