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.
Audubon Summer Camp
Audubon’s Summer Camps gets kids ages 2½ to 15 outside exploring our local environment — fields, forests, ponds, streams, and the coast of Narragansett Bay. Come discover, learn and explore with Audubon. It’s what summer camp should be!
Latest News and Events
Check back here often for program updates, featured articles and Audubon news.
Legislative Recap: Audubon Advocacy in the 2019 Session | While we did hold off some bad bills, none of Audubon’s priority bills were passed. The Energy Facilities Siting Board (EFSB) decided to deny a permit to the Invenergy power plant in Burrillville and the legislative session ended a few days after this exciting decision.
This week's walk (6/26) will be held at Fisherville Brook Wildlife Refuge in Exeter at 9 am. Just a reminder, this will be the last bird walk of the season. We will follow our walk with our annual potluck luncheon. If you will be attending the potluck, please contact Laura Carberry (email@example.com) with the dish you will be bringing. Our walks will resume in September! Thank you for joining us this past season.
For wildlife. For pollinators. For the environment. | People are often reluctant to change manicured green spaces into wild spaces but filling the built environment with rain gardens and pollinator meadows will help us create more resilient communities and supports wildlife and pollinator.
An editorial by Meg Kerr, Senior Director of Policy | Our forests provide innumerable services to humans and wildlife. Maintaining woodlands in rural areas of the state and promoting tree planting in suburban and urban neighborhoods is part of the climate change solution.