Environmental Education Series at Audubon Society

A 10-week training series starts September 17 at The Connecticut Audubon Society. It will be held on Thursdays from noon to 4 p.m. in Glastonbury.

Topics will include introduction to birding, top endangered and watch list animals and plants along with invasive plants, importance of water and soil, birds and bird habitats, bird and animal rehabilitation, history of the neighboring Earle Park, introduction to tree, plant, and insect identification and environmental advocacy.

The cost for the program is $250 for non-members and includes a one year household membership.

The Connecticut Audubon Society, 1361 Main St, Glastonbury. For more information or call 860-633-8402 x205.



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