Connecticut’s cities and suburbs are essential to the survival of the more than 400 species of birds that have been recorded within Connecticut’s boundaries, according to a report released by the Connecticut Audubon Society. “For the scores of migratory and nesting bird species in Connecticut to survive and thrive, the state’s cities and suburbs must create, maintain and improve their … read more
Coastal Center at Milford Point, 1 Milford Point Road. For more information, visit ctaudubon.org or call 203-878-7440. Sea Squirts: Fall Frolics Children ages 3-5 will explore the wonders of nature with their favorite adult Tuesday, Nov. 27 and Dec. 11, from 10-11 a.m. Discover what animals and plants are doing as the season changes. Each class includes a story, craft … read more
The Connecticut Audubon Society Coastal Center in Milford, 1 Milford Point Road will celebrate Earth Day with a class on making seed paper, Sunday, April 22.
Ospreys have returned to Connecticut for the nesting season. If trends continue, well over 400 pairs will successfully raise young birds here and send them on their way in 2018.