Protecting Forest Habitat & Wildlife

Working together for birds, nature, and people of Connecticut & the Atlantic Flyway

Photo: Jonathan Doster

Welcome

Audubon Sharon encompasses four nature sanctuaries and 3,000 acres in Northwestern Connecticut, an education center, and a Wildlife Rehabilitation Clinic that is part of Audubon Connecticut, a state office of the National Audubon Society, and the Atlantic Flyway. Audubon Sharon serves as the hub for Audubon’s Forests conservation work in Connecticut.

Visitors are welcome to enjoy trails, live animal exhibits, nature programs, and conservation-themed events throughout the year. Come learn and explore with us!

Visitor Center
Sharon Audubon Center

Explore Our Visitor Center

Stop by and enjoy free live animal and educational exhibits throughout the year

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Trails
Visit

Take a Hike

Explore and observe nature with a relaxing walk on our trails—open daily from sunrise to sunset for a small fee (members free)

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Nature Store
Sharon Audubon Center

Shop Our Nature Store

Come browse a wide selection of nature supplies and gifts for children and adults. Our store is open Tuesday thru Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday 1 to 5 p.m.

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Summer Camp
Programs

Summer Camp

Registration is now open—join us for summer fun and outdoor learning

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Adopt-an-Animal Program
Donate

Adopt an Animal

Help us care for the non-releasable resident animals of the Sharon Audubon Center

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Audubon Sharon Videos by Jonathan Doster

News & Updates

American Kestrel Research
Birds & Wildlife

American Kestrel Research

Learn about this important nest box program, established in 1977 to monitor this threatened species

Wildlife Rehabilitation Clinic
Sharon Audubon Center

Wildlife Rehabilitation Clinic

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

Wildlife Tips
Birds & Wildlife

Wildlife Tips

What to do if you encounter injured or orphaned baby wildlife

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