This environmental organization and sanctuary, established in 1960, is dedicated to helping people of all ages understand, appreciate and care for the world of nature. The 40-acre preserve is on Route 124 and features such diverse habitats as wet meadows and woodlands. Among the programs offered are: a nature-oriented preschool, school outreach, summer nature camp, horticulture program, workshops, walks, trips, and special events. The center also features a birds of prey exhibit, a live animal teaching collection and gift shop. Call 203-966-9577 or visit