Thanks to the efforts of the Eastern Long Island Audubon Society and an active Advisory Board, the Center has increased its offerings and attendance each year since opening. Programs topics include Birding, Pond Ecology, Nature Sketching, Long Island Wildlife and many others. Badge programs are provided for local Girl Scout troops, and the Scouts have helped extensively with trail maintenance.
The Center's Summer Fun Programs for local children have been a perennial favorite, with attendance growing every year. Programs are also conducted by Center staff in conjunction with the Town of Brookhaven's summer activities. The center features the Gilbert S. Raynor Interpretive Trail, a butterfly garden, gift shop, and displays of local plants, wildlife and minerals.
Kaler's Pond Audubon Center will be open weekends in April, May and September and then Thursdays through Sunday in the months of June, July and August. The Center is currently closed during the winter months. To get directions or to find out more about their programs, contact the Center at 631-878-5576 during open months, or go to the Kaler's Pond Audubon Center website.