The Sharon Audubon Center is an education center and nature sanctuary that is situated on 1,147 acres of mostly forest and includes 11 miles of trails and two ponds. The main Visitor Center building houses a small hands-on natural history museum, the Audubon Nature Store, and the Children's Adventure Center. The immediate grounds include raptor aviaries, a pollinator garden, a butterfly house, and a working sugarhouse (formerly an ice house).
The Sharon Audubon Center is where the majority of our programs and events are held. The center runs a Wildlife Rehabilitation Clinic to help people who find injured and orphaned wildlife, and naturalists are on duty to answer questions and interface with the public.