Weekly Free Bird Walks!
Ft. Cary Institute Senior Scientist Richard S. Ostfeld
Warblers are our most colorful spring visitors and often the most sought after to see as they journey northward to their summer breeding grounds.
Join us in partnership with CT NOFA and the Slow Foods Ark of Taste for a special screening of the film 'Deeply Rooted.' The film tells the story o
Discover the amazing lives of bees as we search for native bees in our meadows and celebrate the new honeybee colony in our observation hive.
In recognition of the Year of the Bird, join us for a special birding field trip on the annual GLOBAL BIG DAY.
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