Audubon at Home: Nature Play and Learning
Welcome to Audubon at Home! Each week Audubon will bring nature play and learning right into your home. We’ll share a different nature theme each week.
The Audubon Society of Rhode Island is actively monitoring the COVID-19 situation for the safety of our visitors, members, staff, and volunteers. Until further notice, all programming will be cancelled and facilities will be closed. Wildlife refuges and trails will remain open to the public during this time - we hope you'll get outside and enjoy them!
Latest News and Events
Check back here often for program updates, featured articles and Audubon news.
Migratory birds are now flooding across the continent, as they return to their nesting grounds this spring. World Migratory Bird Day is on May 9, 2020, as people around the globe welcome birds back—and lend them a helping hand.
How many bird species can you spot? Head outside with the Big Days checklist between May 3 and May 17, 2020, go birding ethically and safely, then submit your results. You could win Audubon recognition and prizes if you see the most species in your category, but more importantly, you will be celebrating the birds of Rhode Island during spring migration. Register Here
Let's go birding with Laura Carberry! There is no easier way to connect kids with nature than birding. Pull out some binoculars and get the whole family interested in the world outside your window. Birds can be found year round, in any habitat, and the learning possibilities are virtually endless. All you need are a few simple tools. Learn more!
Does that baby bird or rabbit in your yard really need rescuing? Before intervening in any way with an animal that appears to be injured or orphaned, monitor it from a distance and make a few careful observations.
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Audubon Nature Center and Aquarium
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