Wildlife Release Live-Stream

Join the New Canaan Land Trust and Wildlife in Crisis for a live streaming wildlife release. We’ll be releasing a beautiful red-tailed hawk back to the wild, where it will be given a second chance at life, right here in New Canaan. We might also have a few barred owls too; stay tuned! The release will be streamed via Facebook Live. Viewers can tune in and ask questions about the hawk, the Land Trust preserve, or either organization.

Rehabilitated Fox Release

Join Wildlife in Crisis and the New Canaan Land Trust as we reintroduce two red foxes back to nature. Both foxes were brought to Wildlife in Crisis, Inc. in critical condition, where they were nursed back to health. Now, they are ready for a second chance at life. The release will happen at NCLT’s Colhoun Preserve (newcanaanlandtrust.org/colhoun/) along Davenport Ridge Road. The parking area is located directly across from 203 Davenport Ridge Road, through a wooden gate.

Earth Day Wildlife Release and Guided Walk

Join the New Canaan Canaan Land Trust and Wildlife in Crisis as we celebrate Earth Day with a guided walk and wildlife release. This family-friendly event is free and open to the public. At 5pm, we’ll hit the trail for a short guided walk, led by NCLT Director, Aaron Lefland. Aaron will teach participants how to read the forested landscape, using clues (both natural and man-made) to identify changes and disturbances that have impacted our landscape. Following the guided walk, we will be joined by Wildlife in Crisis, who will release a rehabilitated Peregrine Falcon.