Trails and facilities at the refuge offer wayside interpretive panels where visitors may learn about such varied topics as the Atlantic Flyway, the geology of Long Island Sound, the importance of saltmarshes, and many others.
The refuge also offers interpretive programs on natural and cultural topics throughout the year. Examples of these include owl prowls, wildlife photography workshops, programs on plants and animals, history talks and nature walks. These programs are all offered free of charge. Call the Visitor Services Manager at 860-399-2513 for more information.