Join us on our next field trip and see what you've been missing. Most of our trips are free and open to the public, and beginners are always welcomed.
Event Coordinator: Jay Kaplan Join Hartford Audubon members as we participate in the annual Summer Bird Count. Species and numbers are counted on this two-day tally within our Christmas Count…Full Details
Please note: Hartford County Boat Launch Tour Cancelled. May reschedule soon – check back for updates
This is a morning tour of eight area boat launches, from Enfield to Rocky Hill. Dress warmly and bring your scopeFull Details
Trip Leader: Annette Pasek Woodland, water and shrub habitats may produce common CT birds as well as migratory species. 451 Great Pond Rd off Route 17 Contact Annette for more…Full Details
Leader David Zomick Swallow Spectacle Paddle Sunday, September 22 4:30 PM Pilgrim Road boat launch We will paddle leisurely in Lord Cove & around Goose & Calves Islands & be…Full Details
Trip Leader: Jon Ward The first of four morning walks designed for beginners at Hartford Audubon’s oldest sanctuary. This premier northern Connecticut birding site tends to be very wet. Wear…Full Details
Overnight trips: For any overnight trips, the leader must be contacted two weeks prior.
Weekday walks: Please check the website and HASnotes for field trip announcements.
Note: Please inform the leaders if you plan to join the group. Pouring rain generally cancels a trip, but it may not be raining at the trip site, so call.
Attendees are responsible for their own meals, travel expenses and accommodations, when applicable.
Please check the website for any changes to field trip dates due to weather or other circumstances.
Members and non-members can email us at info@HartfordAudubon.org for further information or assistance. You may also contact the trip leader listed for a particular trip via email or phone.
Reminder: The Hartford Audubon Society Board would like to encourage its members and guests to take seriously the goals of this organization to promote conservation of our natural resources and car pool whenever possible.