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Summer 2016

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Program Update

This week’s ASRI’s  Wednesday Morning will be lead by Don Heitzmann. The walk will be held at Trustom Pond National Wildlife Refuge at 9 am. 

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Summer Hours: Open Daily 9:00am-5:00pm





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Providence Peregrine Webcam



Perched high above the streets of Providence, 30 floors up, they inhabit the very top of what is perhaps Providence's most recognizable building (often referred to as the Superman Building.)

Yet the "new" family of Peregrine Falcons is always in the camera's eye. 

In an arrangement involving the building owner, Audubon Society of Rhode Island, Cox Business and other private donors, the Peregrine Falcon nesting box can be viewed live online thanks to the cameras trained on the magnificent raptors who have made their home there for over a decade.


Party for the Peregrines


They are the fastest animals on earth.
They hunt the skies of Providence.
They raise their young atop the “Superman” building.
They are the Providence Peregrines.
Join us on April 30, 2016 from 6:30pm - 9:00pm
as we celebrate the raptors of Rhode Island.

Proceeds from this celebration support the Audubon Raptor Care Program, Raptors in Schools, Providence Peregrine Webcam, Raptor Weekend ... and helps protect thousands of acres of valuable habitat that raptors call home.
Special VIP Reception for Peregrine Patrons with Live Raptor

Cocktails and Hors d’oeuvres ~ Live and Silent Auction
Meet Audubon’s Raptors ~ See Audubon’s Peregrine Webcam
Squantum Club, 1 Squantum Road, East Providence, RI
Become a Patron for the Peregrines
Falcon Ticket $150 per person
Exclusive presentation featuring a Peregrine Falcon
VIP reception, reserved seating, reserved parking,
name listed in event program as a Peregrine Patron

Kestrel Ticket $75 per person

Dress: Smart Casual

Asian Longhorned Beetle


The Asian Longhorned Beetle (ALB) is an invasive insect that feeds on certain species of hardwood trees, eventually killing them. The ALB most likely came to the United States inside wood packing material from Asia. Since it was first discovered in Brooklyn, New York in 1996, the beetle has caused tens of thousands of trees to be destroyed in Illinois, Massachusetts, New Jersey and New York.

If the ALB were to become established here, it could become one of the most destructive and costly pests ever to enter the United States. If we don't find and stop the ALB, we'll lose more than trees. We'll lose industries worth billions of dollars - and wildlife habitats too. Our yards and neighborhoods will take decades to recover.

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