Our center is home to many species of non-releasable birds and wildlife who are nature ambassadors—teaching thousands of people each year about the importance of animal and natural habitat protection
Come meet our Birds of Prey—our aviaries can be viewed daily from sunrise to sunset for a small fee (members free)
Make new friends, discover nature, and learn how you can make Connecticut healthier for birds, wildlife, and people.
What to do if you encounter injured or orphaned baby wildlife
Each year our center admits more than 300 injured and orphaned birds, mammals, and reptiles—with the goal of providing them with needed care and releasing back into the wild
Many injured and orphaned animals call the Sharon Audubon Center home. Help care for these animals with a donation to help with the cost of food, veterinary visits, and shelter maintenance.
Let out your inner scientist—discover how you can participate in projects that help further conservation and contribute to meaningful scientific research
Established in 1989, the M.A.P.S. bird banding project helps gather valuable data on bird survivorship
Learn about this important nest box program, established in 1977 to monitor this threatened species
Where birds thrive, people prosper. Help us transform local communities into places where birds flourish. Learn what you can do to nurture wildlife, nature, and conservation in Connecticut.
Through land stewardship, science, education, and advocacy, we work to preserve habitat and protect bird species that are of state, national, and global concern. Your gift can make a difference.
When you become a member of Audubon Sharon, you are protecting critical woodlands and a natural heritage for generations to come. Help us do great things.