The festival features two full days of nature-related programs and
walks for people of all ages. Visitors can choose from a variety of
programs. Mini kids' programs are also scheduled throughout both
days. In between sessions, festival goers can peruse the exhibits
under the main tent.
Our annual fall festival for the whole family. Live birds of prey,
children's' programs, nature walks, and more. Rain or shine!
Celebrate the spectacular hawk migration that passes over the Hawk
Watch site - one of the highest points in Greenwich. The 2-day
festival will feature live bird presentations by The Raptor Project -
the largest traveling collection of birds of prey from all over the
world. Other activities will include games, movies, face painters,
food and fun for the whole family. As a special treat, Bruce Babbitt,
former Secretary of Interior and Governor of Arizona, will speak at 3
pm on Sunday. Festival admission: $10 adults, $7 children. Audubon
Greenwich members: $7 adults, $5 children.
Presented by the Connecticut Audubon Society, this is a fun,
family Festival to view and learn more about bald eagles who return
each winter to the lower CT River Valley. Festival events include
eagle viewing opportunities from boat and land. Many free activities
including lectures, bird carving & photography exhibits,
children's nature programs, birds of prey demos, Native American
presentations, musical entertainment and much more. Full brochure and
maps are online.