Our diversity of habitats
Our diversity of habitats
The close proximity of fields, forest, shrublands, and the Pomperaug River allows visitors to discover our unique variety of flora and fauna at the Bent of the River
Photo credit: Leslie MacLise-Kane
Bird Tales
Bird Tales
With support from the Toyota TogetherGreen program and the TransCon Family of Homes, Randy Griffin, Dementia Care Specialist, and Audubon employee Ken Elkins developed "Bird Tales" a dyn
Photo credit: Jason Barcomb
Exploring our trails
Exploring our trails
Summer is a beautiful time to visit Bent of the River. Bent of the River Trails are open every day -from sunrise to sunset. Every day is a new experience with new flowers blooming daily with an amazing diversity of butterflies and birds visiting them.  Print your own trail map to plan your next visit to the Bent of the River
Photo credit: Sabrina Boccuzzi
Bent Fest 2014
Bent Fest 2014
Join us on Saturday, September 20th, 2:00 pm- 6:00 pm for our family festival with live music from Willie Nininger, live birds of prey, picnicking in the meadow, river and nature walks, local food vendors, kids' activities, bird watching, raffle prizes and more. 
Photo credit: Southbury Printing, Inc

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Office Location

Audubon Center at Bent of the River
185 East Flat Hill Road
Southbury, CT 06488
203-264-5098
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Summer Camps

Summer Camp
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Bent Fest

Save the Date for  BentFest:  Saturday, September 20, 2014
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Volunteer

You can get involved with the Audubon Center  in many ways
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Hours & Directions

Our trails are open daily from sunrise to sunset.
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Bird Tales

Bird Tales brings the natural outdoor world of birds to people living with dementia
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Trails/Rules

Our trails are open daily from sunrise to sunset.