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Wildlife Rehabilitation Clinic

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

Wildlife Tips

What to do if you encounter injured or orphaned baby wildlife
Improving the Quality of Connecticut’s Forests for Birds and Wildlife

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

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
Critically Ill Bald Eagle Saved Thanks to Local Community Effort

Critically Ill Bald Eagle Admitted to Sharon Wildlife Rehabilitation Clinic

— On the morning of Friday, April 1, 2016, a Bald Eagle in need of care was brought to us by Connecticut State Environmental Conservation Officers—learn more about his story and view photos
Wiederhold Foundation Grant Funds Rehabilitation Cages

Wiederhold Foundation Grant Funds Rehabilitation Cages

Sharon Audubon Center facility expansion and improvements make a great impact on wildlife care
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