Creating Bird-Friendly Communities

Protecting birds and the places they need.

Red-tailed Hawk. Photo: Morris Finkelstein/Audubon Photography Awards

CENTER STATUS UPDATE 9/15/22:

Our center building has resumed being OPEN Thursday through Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and CLOSED Monday through Wednesday

Our trails remain OPEN dawn to dusk seven days a week.


Thank you all for an incredibly successful season of Summer Camp & Programs. We wish you all a happy and safe remainder of your summer!

Welcome

As part of Audubon Connecticut (a state office of the National Audubon Society) and the Atlantic Flyway, Greenwich Audubon Center's mission is to protect birds and the places they need, today and tomorrow. We steward seven nature sanctuaries, totaling 686 acres of diverse habitat in Greenwich, Connecticut. We serve our community as a vibrant education center and the hub for Audubon’s Bird-Friendly Communities work in Connecticut.

Come learn and explore with us!

Experience Nature with Audubon

Our Center
Greenwich Audubon Center

Our Center

The Greenwich Audubon Center provides many educational opportunities and resources—discover our programs, nature store, coffee lounge, trails, and more

Read more

Quaker Ridge Hawk Watch
Greenwich Audubon Center

Quaker Ridge Hawk Watch

Stop by the Greenwich Audubon Center for a unique chance to view thousands of migrating raptors as they pass over the area each fall.

Read more

Audubon Private Adventures
Programs

Audubon Private Adventures

Enjoy your own or give the gift of in-person and virtual programs with an expert Audubon naturalist

Read more

Volunteer
Get Involved

Volunteer

Explore the many ways you can make a difference for both the wildlife and the people who call Connecticut home

Read more

American Goldfinch on Purple Coneflower. Photo: Will Stuart

News & Information

Greenwich Audubon Center Offers Audubon For All
News

Greenwich Audubon Center Offers Audubon for All

An initiative dedicated to offering accessible and inclusive programs to support people with intellectual and physical challenges—because we firmly believe that all people should have access to nature and that experiences in nature are enriching and beneficial to all.

New Audubon Science: Two-Thirds of North American Birds at Risk of Extinction Due to Climate Change
Conservation

New Audubon Science: Two-Thirds of North American Birds at Risk of Extinction Due to Climate Change

Enter your zip code into Audubon’s Birds and Climate Visualizer and it will show you how climate change will impact your birds and your community and includes ways you can help.

Audubon's Native Plants Database is Live
News

The Audubon Native Plants Database is Live

This helpful and fun-to-use resource helps you find bird-friendly native plants—which also save you water, time, and money. Just enter your zip code to discover which plants are best for birds in your area.

How to Identify Birds
News

How to Identify Birds

Before you judge a bird by its color, use these eight clues to guide you.

Native Shrubs for Birds
Birds & Wildlife

Native Shrubs for Birds

These shrubs are a great addition to the garden and are beneficial for birds and other wildlife

Finding a Wildlife Rehabilitator
Birds & Wildlife

Finding a Wildlife Rehabilitator

To rehabilitate injured wildlife, it is best for the animals (and required by law) to leave that to a licensed professional rehabilitator

How to Help Injured Wildlife
Birds & Wildlife

How to Help Injured Wildlife

Some basic best practices for assisting injured animals

  •  

Help make the world a better place