Connecticut Audubon Society Center at Fairfield
Burr Street, Greenfield Hill section, Fairfield, Fairfield County, Connecticut
From I-84, take Routes 25, 8 or 91 south to Wilbur Cross/Merritt Parkway (Route 15).
and Merritt Pkwy: From the north, take Exit 44, go left at light at the bottom of the ramp. Go left at the next light, under the bridge and then right onto Congress St. * At the first stop sign, go right onto Burr St. The Center is 0.9 miles on the left. From the south, take Exit 44, at end of ramp, turn right onto Congress St. Follow directions from * above.
From I-95, take exit 21, Mill Plain Rd. Proceed north, (Mill Plain becomes Burr St.) for approximately 4.5 miles. Center is on left.
1971 -- the Connecticut Audubon Center at Fairfield constructed adjoining the 152-acre Roy and Margot Larsen Wildlife Sanctuary.
rolling woodlands, meadows, streams, marshes and ponds with raised boardwalks and bridges
Highlights natural history of area. Exhibits, children’s corner, gift shop. Oldest private songbird sanctuary in the U.S. Tue.-Fri. 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Sat. & Sun. noon-5 p.m. Admission.
This museum features the natural history of Southwestern Connecticut with a special children's section. A donation is requested.
Birds of Prey Compound; Roy & Margot Larsen Wildlife Sanctuary; boardwalks, observation platform and interpretive signage; Algonquin wigwam replica; wheelchair-accessible Trail for the Disabled
a nature sanctuary with 7 miles of trails for walking.
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