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Updated June 17, 2024

CHILL OUT with NATURE

Join Audubon on the trails when the sun goes down. Enjoy cooler temperatures and discover nature at night!

Visit the Audubon Society of Rhode Island events calendar to see our FULL event lineup and to register for programs: https://asri.org/calendar. Register early for these programs as they tend to fill quickly!


 

Young raccoon in a tree cavity

Raccoon by Arthur Iannelli

Here are our Featured Summer Programs:
 

Bats at Eppley
Marion Eppley Wildlife Refuge, West Kingston, RI
June 21, 2024; 7:30-9:30 pm

Purple Martins!
Caratunk Wildlife Refuge, Seekonk, MA
June 28, 2024; 6:30- 8:00 pm

Ice Cream & Lightning Bugs
Fisherville Brook Wildlife Refuge, Exeter, RI
June 28, 2024; 7:30- 9:30 pm

Fireflies!
Powder Mill Ledges Wildlife Refuge, Smithfield, RI
July 12, 2024; 7:00-9:00 pm

Bats and Beer
Fisherville Brook Wildlife Refuge, Exeter, RI
July 26, 2024; 7:30- 9:00 pm

Moonlight Stroll at Caratunk
Caratunk Wildlife Refuge, Seekonk, MA
August 19, 2024; 7:30- 9:00 pm

Moonlight Stroll at Powder Mill Ledges
Powder Mill Ledges Wildlife Refuge, Smithfield, RI
August 20, 2024; 7:30-9:00 pm

There's even more on the calendar:

Latest News and Events

Give Back in July with the Stop & Shop Community Bag Program!

Have you heard the news? Audubon Society of Rhode Island has been selected as the beneficiary of the Stop & Shop Community Bag Program! Each time the $2.50 reusable Community Bag is purchased at the Stop & Shop at 446 Putnam Pike, Greenville RI during the month of July 2024 we will receive a $1 donation.

On June 14, 1972– 52 years ago today– the Environmental Protection Agency issued the final order banning all DDT products. Audubon Society of Rhode Island helped advocate for this ban: and our fight against dangerous pesticides continues today.

In May and June, turtles and other wildlife will set out to find suitable nesting sites to lay their eggs. Eggs hatch in August in September. For many, they'll need to cross busy roads to access their habitats and nesting sites. Learn tips on how to help them cross, and about the other threats they face.