Bird walks and nature hikes are back.at the Connecticut Audubon Society's centers throughout the state. They are once again offering guided excursions into the woods, meadows and onto the beaches and mudflats of Connecticut and beyond.
All of these were curtailed in March due to the Coronavirus pandemic but as the state reopens, they are finding ways to offer you the best of Connecticut's natural world, led by the people who know it best.
For safety, group sizes are limited and please practice social distancing. Masks are mandatory.
Click these buttons to find out the where and the when.
Outdoor programs are back as well but this week's webinar happens to be a beauty too.
Flycatchers of Connecticut — phoebes, kingbirds, pewees, and the always challenging Empidonax complex. Click this link for more information.
The Purple Martin colony at the Milford Point Coastal Center is thriving. 100 eggs have hatched already.
Each week a team led by Coastal Center Regional Board member Frank Mantlik checks and maintains the nests.
If you click Purple Martins you'll learn how the birds are doing, with great photos by Mr. Mantlik, and a live-stream from inside one of the nest gourds.