Litchfield Hills

Audubon Society

 

Welcome to Litchfield Hills Audubon Society

Our Mission Statement

The mission of the Litchfield Hills Audubon Society is to conserve and restore natural ecosystems, focusing on birds, other wildlife and their habitat, for the benefit of the community, through conservation, education and research.

We offer programs, field trips and events that promote and teach conservation, awareness of environmental issues, wildlife management and the overall enjoyment of nature and all that it has to offer.

LHAS has benefited 27 communities over the years by welcoming the public to participate in chapter offerings which include:

Litchfield Hills Audubon Society Inc.

P.O. Box 861

Litchfield, CT 06759

www.lhasct.org

e-mail:lhasct@me.com

General meetings and programs are held the first Monday of every month, 7:00 PM, (unless otherwise noted) at the Litchfield Community Center, 421 Bantam Rd. (Rt. 202) Litchfield, CT.

Upcoming Programs

* Field Trips

* Nature Walks

* Annual Duck Ramble

* Annual Bird Count

* In-school Programs

* Monthly Programs

* Special Events

* Scholarships

* Pot Luck Suppers

* Junior Audubon

The latest issue, Nov/Dec 2018, of the Chickadee Chatter newsletter is now available on-line.

CHICKADEE  CHATTER

NEWSLETTERNewsletter.html
JUNIOR AUDUBONJunior_Audubon.html
CALENDARCalendar.html
PHOTOSPhotos.html
SANCTUARIESSanctuaries.html
MEMBERSHIPMembership.html
LINKSLINKS.html

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October 1, 6:30 PM

Leslie Roy will present a beautiful visual story of birds, displaying local birds and those photographed during her travels in Costa Rica, Panama and Brazil. This program is AMAZING!

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The Beautiful Art of Birding — Plus, Pot Luck Supper

EDUCATIONEducation.html

The Litchfield Hills Audubon Society (LHAS), was chartered in 1955 as a local Connecticut chapter of the National Audubon Society, a non-profit organization serving Litchfield County and surrounding areas.

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Plants for Birds

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November 5, 7:00 PM

Fascinating Facts About Fishers

It’s not a feline and doesn’t fish, so why did the fisher come to be called a fisher cat?

Diane Edwards will reveal the truth behind its name and more.