The Pratt Center isn’t just a safe haven for ground animals, but also for the avian animals as well. Birds are of one of the most populous branches of wildlife here at the preserve. Making a home at the Pratt Center is something many birds do. Take a peek at various birds nesting high up in the trees, and as well as the inhabitants of the birdhouses. Some of these types of birds include Finches, Barn Swallows, and the state bird of Connecticut, the American Robin.
The Bird Blind is an interesting part of the center, allowing you to watch birds, without startling them by your presence. Climb in, stand quietly behind the glass and you can watch the birds go about their natural, daily routines, as a way to study them from a closer perspective.