Audubon Nature Center and Aquarium
Visit Rhode Island's largest nature center and aquarium. Walk the trails through meadows and marshes to Narragansett Bay. Say hello to Finn and Atlanta, our resident Red-tailed Hawks.
Meet the Ambassadors
Audubon’s avian ambassadors inspire an appreciation of nature in people of all ages. Here you can find:
- Bird Biographies
- Raptor Encounter Program
- Sponsor-A-Raptor Program
Latest News and Events
Check back here often for program updates, featured articles and Audubon news.
Audubon supports the Woodland Preservation and Stewardship Act of 2019, introduced by Rhode Island Representative Arthur Handy (District 18) and developed in partnership with Audubon. This bill recognizes and protects Rhode Island’s essential forest habitats.
This week (3/20/19) we will walk at Great Swamp in South Kingstown. Early migrants have started arriving, and the weather on Wednesday is supposed to be nice, so we should be reminded that Spring really is just around the corner. Meet at 9:00 in the parking area at the very end of Great Neck Road. We’re between hunting seasons, so orange is not necessary.
Without changes in state policy, development will continue unchecked in areas of the state critically important as bird and wildlife habitat.
Let's go birding with Laura Carberry! It’s almost time to head out and search for one of the strangest shorebirds of New England, the American Woodcock. Learn more about these unique birds and register for a Woodcock walk!