BIRD SCIENCE: Behavior, Feeding and Project Feederwatch

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November 16, 2013


Audubon Greenwich


All Ages

$5; children $3

Event description: Get better acquainted with winter bird neighbors and learn how you can host them both with native plant foods and bird feeders. Also learn how your family can be 'Citizen Scientists' and count birds all winter long and report your sightings to scientists at Cornell University. All ages. RSVP to Ted at 203-869-5272 x230.

Address: 613 Riversville Road
Greenwich, CT 06831
Phone: 203-869-5272

About Audubon Greenwich

Opened in 1943, the Greenwich sanctuary was the first educational nature center for the National Audubon Society. Pictured here without the wings added, this building still stands today. Audubon Greenwich has a long history of teaching adults and children about the wonders of nature. For decades, the site hosted the Summer Ecology Workshop, where visitors spent a week staying overnight on the preserve and studying nature with dozens of talented naturalists including Ted Gilman, who celebrated his 30th anniversary with Audubon in January of 2007.


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