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Contact us at:

The Hartford Audubon Society

P.O. Box 270207
West Hartford, Connecticut

Or e-mail us at: hartfordaudubon at yahoo.com




In addition to the nature presentations at Hartford Audubon's monthly meetings, the Club offers the Wildlife Series. There are four nature programs in the series, narrated by leading photographers-lecturers, presented during the year. Additional information or brochures are available by contacting Fran D'Amico, the Wildlife Series Chairperson via our email address: hartfordaudubon at yahoo.com

Programs are held on the 3rd or 4th Tuesday of October, November, March and April (see dates below)

All programs start at 7:30 pm and are held at the:

McAuley Residence Auditorium 
275 Steele Rd

t Hartford, CT  06117                                        
(see map below for  meeting details)

Season Ticket: Adult = $12.00, Student = $6.00
Single Admission: Adult = $4.00, Student = $2.00

Please send a self-addressed, stamped envelope with your request to:

Fran D'Amico
c/o Hartford Audubon Society
P.O. Box 270207
West Hartford, CT. 06127-0207

Tuesday, October 18, 2016
Landscaping for Birds
Speaker: Patrick Comins
Audubon is embarking on a program called “Plants for Birds,” which seeks to plant 1,000,000 native plants across the country to benefit nesting, migrating and wintering birds. Come learn many simple ways you can attract birds to your property, be it large or small, and which plants benefit native insects, birds or other wildlife.

Tuesday, November 15, 2016
A Wing and a Care
Speaker: Shawn Carey
Snowy Owls, Atlantic Puffins, and American Kestrels share a crucial thread that ties them together: each has an advocate committed to protecting it and educating others about its plight. This presentation opens a window onto the lives of these three birds, and introduces you to the men dedicated to their preservation and survival. 

Tuesday, March 21, 2017
The Antarctic Experience
Speaker: Geoff LeBaron
A talk that gives a taste of the amazing natural history and beauty of the penguins, seals, icebergs, and beautiful scenery at a visually overwhelming destination.

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Shorebird Life Cycle Protection in the Americas: It Takes a Network

Speaker: Meredith Gutowski Morehouse

A presentation on
the importance of international collaboration to protect the breeding grounds, wintering locations, and stopover sites of declining long‑distance migratory shorebirds.














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