Some basic best practices for assisting injured animals
To rehabilitate injured wildlife, it is best for the animals (and required by law) to leave that to a licensed professional rehabilitator
Make new friends, discover nature, and learn how you can make Connecticut healthier for birds, wildlife, and people.
Keep track of local wildlife with these handy lists
Let out your inner scientist—discover how you can participate in projects that help further conservation and contribute to meaningful scientific research
The Audubon Center in Greenwich is one of three Audubon Connecticut centers in the state. Discover more at...
Audubon's IBA Program is dedicated to protecting sustainable populations of birds locally and around the globe
A national initiative that helps individuals learn how to protect and create wildlife habitats in their yards and neighborhoods
These shrubs are a great addition to the garden and are beneficial for birds and other wildlife
Looking to enhance your landscape while helping wildlife too? Stop by our annual Spring Native Plant Sale May 18 & 19, 2019. Pre-ordering for pick up is available. Orders are due by April 26.
Stop by the Greenwich Audubon Center for a unique chance to view thousands of migrating raptors as they pass over the area each fall
Where birds thrive, people prosper. Help us transform local communities into places where birds flourish. Learn what you can do to nurture wildlife, nature, and conservation in Connecticut.
Through land stewardship, science, education, and advocacy, we work to preserve habitat and protect bird species that are of state, national, and global concern. Your gift can make a difference.
When you become a member of Greenwich Audubon Center, you are nurturing bird-friendly communities and a natural heritage for generations to come. Help us do great things.