You will find Greenwich Audubon near the Innis Arden Cottage.
About Greenwich Audubon
Audubon Greenwich – the National Audubon Society’s 285-acre sanctuary in Greenwich – opened in 1942 as Audubon’s first environmental education center. Visitors can enjoy miles of trails, children’s nature programs, and conservation-themed events throughout the year.
The National Audubon Society manages 686 acres on 7 sanctuaries in Greenwich. The main sanctuary at 613 Riversville Road opened in 1942 on land donated by Eleanor Clovis Reese and H. Hall Clovis and quickly established itself as the National Audubon Society’s first environmental education center.
Members and the public are welcome to enjoy the seven miles of trails throughout the year from sunrise to sunset. The sanctuary’s trails lead to hardwood forests, old fields, lake, streams and vernal pools. Reminders of the past are the stone walks, an old apple orchard and original New England homestead buildings.