Explore nature with your child at Audubon Greenwich! Enjoy short hikes, live animal meet & greets, stories, family fun, crafts, and a brief conservation discussion for adults at the end of each class. Themes will include: winter birds, snowflakes, and ground hogs. Classes take place the first Sunday of every month (12/6, 1/3, and 2/7). Choose from Session 1 or 2.
New England Wild Flower Society Lecture Series - March 2016
Looking for a lawn alternative? Want to start a rain garden? Ever wonder which plants are best for pollinators? Join Audubon Greenwich and the New England Wild Flower Society for this March Lecture Series and discover how to get your gardening projects off to a great start.
Open from dawn to dusk, stroll along miles of well-kept trails through meadows, woodlands and riparian corridors. Follow this link to see a topographic trail map of the main sanctuary or explore our website to learn about the other Audubon sanctuaries in Greenwich.
The Audubon Center in Greenwich - the National Audubon Society's 285-acre sanctuary in Greenwich - opened in 1942 as our first environmental education center. Visitors today now enjoy miles of trails, a 21st century education facility, weekly nature programs, and other conservation-themed events, throughout the year.
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.