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Contact us at:

The Hartford Audubon Society

P.O. Box 270207
West Hartford, Connecticut

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

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Wildlife Series:

In addition to the nature presentations at Hartford Audubon's monthly meetings, the Club offers the Wildlife Series: four fee-based nature programs, narrated by leading photographers-lecturers, presented during the year. 

See information below on ticket options.

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 16, 2018
Minimizing the Environmental Impacts of Offshore Wind Energy on Birds:  Planning for the Future
Speaker: Peter Paton
As Connecticut begins offshore wind farms, there may be much to learn about the proactive research that Rhode Island conducted to make the best decisions in planning for their wind energy location.

Tuesday, November 27, 2018
Snowy Owl Project and Saw Whet Owl Migration
Speaker: Norman Smith
Since 1981, Norman Smith has spent countless hours relocating Snowy Owls at Logan Airport and collecting data from them. Find out what has been learned to date, what questions remain, and how this project broadened to include research on Saw‑whet Owls.

Tuesday, March 19, 2019
Lesvos:  European Spring Migration Magic

Speaker: Gina Nichol
The Greek Island of Lesvos has become known by birders as one of the best locations in Europe to witness spring migration. In late April and early May, a continual stream of migrating birds passes over the island as they move from Africa to their breeding grounds in Europe.

Tuesday, April 16, 2019
Continental Drift

Speaker: Sam Fried
Enjoy the tales and bird photos from a 5‑month RV trip around North America, from Florida to the Pribilof Islands of Alaska














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