Fairfield, CT - Does your family enjoy watching American robins searching for worms in your backyard or spotting a red-tailed hawk soaring overhead? If so, don’t miss the free family birding program in celebration of Connecticut Open House Day, Saturday June 9, 10:30 to 11:30 a.m., at the Connecticut Audubon Society Center at Fairfield.
Learn the basics of identifying birds, followed by a guided walk in the wildlife sanctuary to put your skills to work. Come early, or stay late to explore the Center’s varied trails and ecosystems, visit the Birds of Prey compound, view the live education animal exhibits and shop in the Nature Store where Open House participants will receive 10% off bird feeders and field guides that day.
This event is for ages eight and up. Preregistration is necessary at: https://www.ctaudubon.org/fairfield-programs-events/, or call 203-259-6350, x109. The Connecticut Audubon Society Center at Fairfield is located at 2325 Burr Street in Fairfield. More information about this event and other Connecticut Audubon Society programs and activities around the state is available at: https://www.ctaudubon.org/.
Sponsored by the Connecticut Office of Tourism, Connecticut Open House Day is a special one-day celebration to broaden awareness of Connecticut’s exceptional cultural and tourism assets. For more information about Connecticut Open House Day visit www.CTvisit.com.