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Updated March 7, 2024

Trail and Wildlife Refuge Closures

Please see below for updates on locations effected by storms, flooding, etc. - and check back here for updates before planning a visit.

Here's How You Can Help

Please consider lending a helping hand in the coming days by:

  • Reporting Audubon trail issues you come across. Push small fallen branches off the trails when visiting. Please be careful on the trails and adhere to closures!
  • Donate to support repairs on our wildlife refuge trails.
  • Contact your elected officials: The increasing intensity and frequency of storms is a direct result of climate change caused by rampant emissions. Tell your elected officials that you support climate action and the implementation of better stormwater management in your community. Find your officials here!

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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.

In this edition of the Newport This Week's Nature in the Neighborhood series, Audubon's Lauren Parmelee talks all about the nesting season: from eggs and nesting behavior, to "altricial" versus "precocial" young and the fledging process.

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