Audubon Society of Rhode Island

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1401 Hope St, Rte 114, Bristol, RI 02809 1401 Hope St, Rte 114, Bristol Directions
Today 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Closed All Hours
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Report | 4 months ago
Beautiful place with lots to see and learn
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Report | 7 months ago
Wonderful daytrip with the kids. We saw many things from woodchucks, turtles, butterflies and heron. The children loved being outdoors and learning.
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Report | 8 months ago
It is a great place to take kids and also adults. Beautiful grounds , wonderful activities! I hear and awesome summer camp!
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Report | 8 months ago
Excellent welcome center presentation and the trail to the river is beautiful!
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Report | 10 months ago
The Education center, though compact, is educational and fun! My kids enjoy visiting very much. The outdoor paths are also a great scenic walk.
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Report | 11 months ago
Wonderful place with lots of activities for kids!
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Report | a year ago
Great place for the family. Well organized and educational. We plan to visit many times.
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Report | 3 years ago
My family loves to go to zoos and parks and this would be a wonderful experience for them.
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Report | 3 years ago
Love the information they give, looking forward to joining the activities!
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Report | 4 years ago
Keep up the great work.
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Jeffrey Hall will never toss a wrapper out the car window again. That’s because he knows that every piece of trash strewing the highway’s meridian attracts mice. And mice attract hungry hawks, who can’t always dodge oncoming trucks. Not everyone is so aware of the potential far-reaching implications of a single fast-food wrapper, but the Audubon Society director learned such lessons long ago, seeing first-hand the victims of those circumstances in injured hawks and falcons on just such a rescue.

Now, Jeffrey hopes to spark a similar awareness in his fellow Rhode Islanders. “When people learn about plants and animals, they appreciate them. And once they appreciate them, they want to save them,” says Mr. Hall. As no one in Rhode Island lives more than 20 minutes from an Audubon Society wildlife refuge, he's certain they can find ample opportunities to do so. In addition to conserving land for hikes and staring contest with owls, the Society boasts an Environmental Education Center, which hosts events, programs, and interactive exhibits year-round. For the Audubon Society to thrive, Jeffrey knows the organization's programs must inspire young stewards. “They’ll grow up to be the voters who want to protect this land,” he says. That's why, among the many programs guests can partake in, the society also offers birthday parties and kid-friendly classes.

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