May 5, 2020 Greetings all, We are so very disappointed that we have to “pull the plug” on our super fun Spring Bird Walks for the month of April and most of May. We thought about limiting numbers, social distancing, etc, but then we decided it’s just safer to “stay put”. Let’s see what the…

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State of CT Governor Lamont has requested that all non essential retail businesses close as of 8pm on Monday, March 24, 2020. We wish it weren’t so, but we want to stop COVID-19 in its tracks! The Audubon Shop will be getting regular multi-ton fresh seed orders weekly, and will happily take your order over…

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Winter Eagle Watch tickets, available at The Audubon Shop, the best shop for birdwatchers in Madison, CT.

Winter’s cold brings dozens of Bald Eagles down the Connecticut River from Canada in search of ice – free fishing. In recent years, over 50 eagles have wintered on the lower Connecticut River. Their 6 – 8 foot wing span make the Bald Eagle the largest predator in North America. Join us on one of…

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Winter Eagle Watch tickets, available at The Audubon Shop, the best shop for birdwatchers in Madison, CT.

Winter’s cold brings dozens of Bald Eagles down the Connecticut River from Canada in search of ice – free fishing. In recent years, over 50 eagles have wintered on the lower Connecticut River. Their 6 – 8 foot wing span make the Bald Eagle the largest predator in North America. Join us on one of…

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Join Jerry and Co. for a Fall Migration Bird Walk at Hammonasset Beach State Park here in Madison. Migrating hawks, eagles, owls, shorebirds, waterbirds, and songbirds can all be seen at one of Connecticut’s premier birding “hot spots”. Birds migrating south are sometimes pushed by westerly winds towards the shore, so they hug the coastline.…

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Fall Bird Walks Hammonasset

Join Jerry and Co. for a Fall Migration Bird Walk at Hammonasset Beach State Park here in Madison. Migrating hawks, eagles, owls, shorebirds, waterbirds, and songbirds can all be seen at one of Connecticut’s premier birding “hot spots”. Birds migrating south are sometimes pushed by westerly winds towards the shore, so they hug the coastline.…

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