The Audubon Center in Greenwich Professional Review and Guide
"An orchard, woods, a lake, and miles of well- groomed trails—this is an oasis of natural tranquility. There’s no doubt that migrating birds find this place especially useful. The Audubon Center in Greenwich holds a strategic position on the Atlantic Flyway, the route that millions—some say billions—of birds take annually on their way to their summer breeding grounds here and farther north, and again in fall as they travel south to warmer climates in Central and South America.
Whether they use this sanctuary as a stopover or stay the season, these birds could not survive the challenging journey without the plentiful sources of natural foods they find here, as well as the shelter from predators they enjoy under the concealing canopy. Baltimore oriole, blue-winged warbler, and Louisiana waterthrush find season- long protection here, as do ovenbird, scarlet tanager, and wood thrush."