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Spring Bird Walk at Hammonasset Beach State Park

Spring Bird Walk at Hammonasset Beach State Park

Hammonasset Beach State Park here in Madison is widely regarded as one of the premier birding spots in CT, and springtime migration is a lot of fun. Approximately 240 of birds occur there annually, as the park boasts diverse habitats such as marsh, open water, woodland, grassland and shoreline. Tropical migrants in their bright breeding… Continue Reading

Spring Bird Walk at Hammonasset Beach State Park

Spring Bird Walk at Hammonasset Beach State Park

Hammonasset Beach State Park here in Madison is widely regarded as one of the premier birding spots in CT, and springtime migration is a lot of fun. Approximately 240 of birds occur there annually, as the park boasts diverse habitats such as marsh, open water, woodland, grassland and shoreline. Tropical migrants in their bright breeding… Continue Reading

On the Shelf: Birding in Connecticut

On the Shelf: Birding in Connecticut

Birding in Connecticut is the definitive guide to where, when, and how to find birds in the Constitution State. A long overdue overhaul of hotspots in Connecticut! Packed with information valuable to birders of all skill levels, from species accounts and a first-of-a kind cumulative list of rare bird sightings to a synopsis of local… Continue Reading

Winter Eagle Watch

Winter Eagle Watch

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… Continue Reading

Winter Eagle Watch

Winter Eagle Watch

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… Continue Reading

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The Audubon Shop

The Best Shop for Birders in the Northeast, located in Madison, CT