Animals have an uncanny ability to help us feel connected to this planet. A glimpse of a deer or rabbit through the brush, the flight of a hawk overhead, the uneven flutter of a butterfly – all make us feel privileged to have connected with wildness.
If you walk quietly at the right time of day, you might see any number of wild animals on the grounds at Audubon. We hope you will stop in after your hike and write your sightings on the clipboard at the front desk.
While inside the Center, visit our Discovery Room to meet several of our education animals – turtles, snake, frogs, and fish or sit at our Windows on Wildlife area to watch birds (and chipmunks & squirrels) visit our bird-feeders. Step outside to meet Liberty, a non-releasable Bald Eagle whose care is provided by dedicated volunteers.