33 acres of woodland and wetland located on the campus of Western Connecticut'
40 acres with walking trails, visitor's enter with natural science and horticultural exhibits, live animals, gift shop. Bird, butterfly, herb, wildflower and naturalists? gardens;
Devil?s Den Preserve has over 20 miles of trails on 1,756 acres, the largest in southwestern Connecticut. Katharine Ordway Preserve at 165 Goodhill Rd. has 3 miles of trails on 62
4,000 acre nature preserve with 35 miles of trails for hiking, x-country skiing, birdwatching, and picnicking. Nature Museum contains unique exhibits depicting the history &
Home to more than 50 species of waterfowl, that inhabits a series of natural ponds and covered aviaries within 37 acres of wetland habitat. Guided tours introduce visitors to LRWS'
Over 2,000-acre sanctuary of the National Audubon Society, with 11
250-acre sanctuary with hiking trails in woodland, wetland and meadow habitats. Natural history exhibits include live turtles, frogs, fish, snakes, owls;
Indian longhouse, dioramas, seasonal exhibits, live animals, self-guiding nature trails;
11-acre park with four acres of wetland; home to nearly 600
473 acres of nature trails and country roads. Nature Center, animal barn, gardens, archives building, picnic pavilions, braille trail, gift shop. Maple sugar house (Feb. and Mar.)