Holiday Gifts for the Nature Lover @ CT Audubon Society

The shelves of the Connecticut Audubon Society located on 2325 Burr Street in Fairfield are stocked with festive nature and bird-themed items perfect for gift giving. Below is a sampling of what’s “in store” for you, but be sure to stop by as items are added daily.

The Center at Fairfield’s Nature Store offers the ability to shop locally and support the Connecticut Audubon Society’s conservation and environmental education programs. And don’t forget, Connecticut Audubon Society Members receive a 10% discount on all purchases!

There are beautiful winter owl cards featuring distinctive gold foiling on the front. We also have a wide selection of holiday gift tags, notepads, and individual greeting cards.  Suet is an excellent choice to offer your feathered visitors this winter. This attractive feeder features a recycled plastic roof to protect the suet from the elements and a coated steel cable is provided for easy hanging. The coated wire mesh cage holds one suet cake.

The Audubon Birds in the Garden calendar is back for 2019, combining two beloved and seamlessly linked passions: gardening and bird watching. Also included are seasonal tips such as growing bird-friendly plants and nurturing migratory birds. A gift to enjoy all year long! 

This wild bird feeder has the technology to thwart unintended guests. When a squirrel climbs onto the feeder, its weight automatically closes the holes, saving the seeds for your feathered friends.

The Nature Store has feeders to suit all your needs. Be sure to them online for more ideas. Other unique ways to give include Ambassador Bird sponsorships, gift certificates for summer camp programs and membership to the Connecticut Audubon Society.

Nature Store Hours: 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. Monday – Saturday (203-259-6305 ext. 109).

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