Hooded Mergansers and Wood Ducks, affectionately known to birders as “Hoodies” and “Woodies”, are inarguably Connecticut’s most decorative and char
Sharon Audubon Center will once again be holding its annual MapleFest and Maple Bake Sale on Saturday, March 16 between 11am and 4pm. On-goin
Few natural spectacles compare to the wonder of watching such a small bird conduct such a complex courtship display.
It’s a party come spring! While David Byrne may have a lot of people at his house, ours will likely get busier this season, too.
Ever wonder why wetlands are valuable? Or why they’re protected natural environments?
Welcome these delightful neighbors by building your very own nest box!
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.
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 makes a difference.
When you become a member of Sharon Audubon Center, you are protecting critical woodlands and a natural heritage for generations to come. Help us do great things.