American robins, the state bird of Connecticut, have not yet returned from warmer climes, but other species are in the area, surviving the snow and cold. On Saturday, Jan. 20 from 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m., the Wilton Historical Society presents a Birds of Winter Workshop for Kids. Educator Lola Chen will discuss what birds are in the area for the winter, with information that is gathered by the National Audubon Society during its annual Christmas Bird Count. She will share the history of the Audubon Society, while the kids work on a project–making a bird feeder with grapevine and suet for feathered friends. The children also will help make their own snack.

The program is suggested for ages 6-12. The cost is $10 per child for Wilton Historical Society members, with a maximum of $25 per family; $15 per child for non-members, with a maximum of $35 per family. Register via email or by calling 203.762.7257.