Post updated March 23, 2020
We love everything about the Audubon Center in Greenwich. Located in the heart of back country Greenwich, CT, it’s the main Audubon sanctuary in the the town (there are seven of them). Containing 285 acres of hiking trails, woods, wetlands, lakes, vernal ponds and fields, it is actually the National Audubon Society’s first environmental education center, having opened in 1942.
From where we live in Westchester, it’s a 20 minute drive up the Hutch and Merritt Parkways, so not far at all. But those quick 20 minutes take you to back country Greenwich, where the rolling fields and long, windy roads are a totally different feel from where we live in our urban suburb. View Post