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!

Mushroom Walk I with Dave Paton
Events

Mushroom Walk I with Dave Paton

Sunday, July 14, 2019 at 10:00am

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Summer Camp
Programs

Summer Camp 2019

Camp Brochure is now available—Registration begins March 1st—join us for summer fun and outdoor learning

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Things To Do
Things To Do

Things To Do

Explore the many ways you can experience nature and enjoy all that Sharon Audubon Center has to offer throughout the year

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Discover Audubon Sharon

Meet Our Resident Animals
Meet Our Resident Animals

Meet Our Resident Animals

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

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Visitor Center
Sharon Audubon Center

Explore Our Visitor Center

Stop by and enjoy FREE live animal and educational exhibits, and our Nature Store throughout the year

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News & Information

Raptors and Riesling, and Butterflies Too!
Conservation

Raptors and Riesling, and Butterflies Too!

Thank you to those who were able to join us on Sunday, May 26, 2019, and to all our community and generous supporters.

Sharon Audubon Center Awarded Grant to Create Conservation Programming for Torrington High School Students
News

Sharon Audubon Center Awarded Grant to Create Conservation Programming for Torrington High School Students

March 28, 2019—Learn how Audubon is connecting conservation and students through the upcoming launch of a new Butterfly House and garden in Sharon, Conn.

Sharon Wildlife Rehabilitation Clinic Loses Food Source
Sharon Audubon Center

Sharon Wildlife Rehabilitation Clinic Loses Food Source

Local community rallies to help feed orphaned, injured, and ill raptors and other wildlife—but critical ongoing support is still needed

Butterfly House and Native Plant Garden Coming Spring/Summer 2019
News

Butterfly House and Native Plant Garden Coming Spring/Summer 2019

Audubon Sharon announces the creation of a Butterfly Flight House and Native Plant Garden at the Sharon Audubon Center

Wildlife Rehabilitation Clinic
Sharon Audubon Center

Wildlife Rehabilitation Clinic

Each year our center admits hundreds of 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

Bird Banding
Birds & Wildlife

Bird Banding

Established in 1989, the M.A.P.S. bird banding project helps gather valuable data on bird survivorship

American Kestrel Research
Birds & Wildlife

American Kestrel Research

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

Improving the Quality of Connecticut’s Forests for Birds and Wildlife
News

Improving the Quality of Connecticut’s Forests for Birds and Wildlife

Learn how Audubon Connecticut is working to stem the decline of forest birds through our forest conservation efforts across the state and with partners throughout the Atlantic Flyway

Audubon and DEEP Work to Protect Imperiled Bird Species
News

Audubon and DEEP Work to Protect Imperiled Bird Species

Thanks to statewide efforts, the establishment of these five Important Bird Areas on state-owned and privately held lands will help safeguard critical habitat and jeopardized birds

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