SAVE THE DATE! The Sharon Audubon Festival is back!
Saturday, June 13th from 10am-5pm- one full day of great nature programs, live animals, vendors and exhibitors, food vendors, live music throughout the day and even a contra dance! Join us for a refreshed feel to this popular festival! See you in June!
Join us for Audubon Sharon MapleFest, our maple sugaring opening house, on Saturday, March 21st. Guided tours take place between 10am and 4pm. Fresh syrup will be available for purchase in our Nature Store while supplies last!
Audubon Sharon, consisting of the Sharon Audubon Center and Emily Winthrop MilesWildlife Sanctuary, has been connecting people with nature for over forty years. Creating life-changing experiences that enable community members and their families to appreciate, understand and protect the natural world is at the very core of our mission.
Audubon Sharon has been assisting hundreds of people each year who find injured, orphaned and sick wildlife. Focusing primarily on the care and treatment of birds of prey and songbirds, the Wildlife Rehabilitation Program admits approximately 300 animals each year with an average of 60 different species of birds.