Greenwich Audubon Center

Annual Fall Festival & Hawk Watch

Our 2020 celebration has been modified due to the Covid-19 health risk. The Fall Festival & Hawk Watch is canceled, but you're invited to join us for Hawk Week 2020—a virtual celebration featuring 20+ online events! Visit our Hawk Week web page to view our special lineup of events, September 28 - October 4.

Owl dazzles crowd with fly-over.
Photo: Olivia Christina Photography

2019 Celebration Information

Join us Sunday, September 15, 2019 for our exciting, family-friendly nature festival, celebrating the fall season and annual migration of raptors at Greenwich Audubon Center (613 Riversville Road).


At the door: $10 per member, $15 per non-member

Or REGISTER ONLINE for a 10% DISCOUNT (online registration is now closed)

Children two and under are FREE


  • Live Raptor Shows
  • Rehabilitated Hawk Releases by Wildlife in Crisis
  • Music
  • Petting Zoo (meet a kangaroo and bearded dragon, take a goat for a stroll and pet baby animals)
  • Bunjee Bounce
  • Rock Wall
  • Power Wheels Bird Safari
  • Hayrides
  • Honey Harvest
  • Photo Booth
  • Games & Crafts
  • Birds in Focus - Canon Photography Experience
  • Audubon Learning Stations
  • Self-guided Walks
  • Local Exhibitors and Vendors
  • Delicious Food
  • And More!

Please note that this year's celebration is One Day ONLY. All parking will be at the Shuttle Lot located at Harvest Time Church at 1338 King Street. Passenger drop-off at the Greenwich Audubon Center's main gate/entrance is permitted.

The Fall Festival & Hawk Watch is a rain or shine event.


Looking for a way to connect with thousands of people in and around the Greenwich area? Become a Fall Festival & Hawk Watch sponsor and/or exhibitor. Those interested, please call Eli at 203-930-1349.


Greenwich Audubon Center is looking for volunteers to help with the Fall Festival & Hawk Watch for parking, info & education tables, family hikes & programs, games & crafts, and set up & break down. Time slots available: 11 a.m.-2 p.m., 2-5 p.m., and 5-7 p.m.

This is a great volunteer opportunity for high school students who need credit/hours. Please contact Greenwich Audubon Center at




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