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*THE NATURE CENTER BUILDING IS CLOSED***OUTSIDE IS OPEN*

THE ANSONIA NATURE CENTER BUILDING IS CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE DUE TO COVID-19.  ALL PROGRAMS ARE VIRTUAL UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. 

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 OUR EXTERIOR GROUNDS ARE OPEN! 

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  • The park is open sunrise to sunset 7 days a week
  • Playground and Trails are open. See below for trail map
  • Pavilion rentals are available to be scheduled for small group gatherings. Call us for more information
  • Outdoor restrooms are open for the public
  • Please maintain at least 6 ft. physical distancing
  • Feeling sick? Please stay home
  • Wash or sanitize hands frequently 
  • Thank you!

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PLEASE CALL OR EMAIL US WITH ANY QUESTIONS OR CONCERNS
phone: 203 736-1053, email: ansnaturectr@ansoniact.org

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DEDICATED TO CREATING A LIFELONG CONNECTION TO NATURE
Our mission is to foster environmental stewardship that connects our communities to the natural world of the Lower Naugatuck River Valley, and balance the demand for recreation with the need for conservation.

Check our Facebook page for updates on Events and Programs. 

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Nature Trivia Night-
Nature Trivia Night will conclude on October 29th at 7:00 pm with a Halloween-themed Spooktacular! What would the season be without vampire squids, zombie ants, ghost bats, and skeleton shrimp? Questions will feature the creepy, the spooky, and the downright weird, for an evening of fun for the whole family!
Registration is required for this virtual event. To register, call (203) 736-1053 or email ansnaturectr@ansoniact.org with subject line ‘Nature Trivia.’
This is a FUN FAMILY-FAMILY FRIENDLY PROGRAM

Fiber Arts Group – Tuesdays, 6 pm via zoom
Get together with others to work on your fiber arts projects! Bring any kind of fiber work—knitting, felting, crocheting, etc. A great way to dedicate time to your handiwork and socialize too. FREE. If you are interested in Fiber Arts please send Dawn Sotir an email at dawnsotir@gmail.com

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OUR HIKING TRAILS ARE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Our land is a typical Connecticut landscape that encompasses 150 acres of wooded hills, grassy fields, streams,  and  a two acre pond of which provides sanctuary to many species of New England flora & fauna.
Join us for a guided hike every Sunday at 1:00.  Click here for a copy of our TRAIL MAP

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Do You Have Injured or Abandoned Wildlife?

The Ansonia Nature Center does not care for injured or abandoned wildlife, but you can click on the “Wildlife Info” tab for more information about helping distressed wildlife.

The Connecticut DEEP Wildlife Division and Connecticut’s Wildlife Rehabilitators Association can help!
CWRA is available to answer all of your questions about wildlife! Find more on their website here: https://sites.google.com/site/connecticutwildliferescue/
Visit Connecticut’s DEEP’s Website to find a wildlife rehabilitator near you: http://www.ct.gov/deep/cwp/view.asp?a=2723&q=326228&deepNav_GID=1655

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