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Junior Forest Technicians Carve a Path for Their Futures in the Woods
Working Lands

Junior Forest Technicians Carve a Path for Their Futures in the Woods

Forestry experiences at Bent of the River Audubon Center show students they can make a difference.

New Tower Will Track Migratory Birds Flying Over the State’s Northwest Corner
Sharon Audubon Center

New Tower Will Track Migratory Birds Flying Over the State’s Northwest Corner

The Sharon Audubon Center’s Motus wildlife tracking tower receives pings from tracking devices on birds, helping scientists better understand their movements.

Stratford’s Great Meadows Salt Marsh Gets a $4M Refresh
Coasts

Stratford’s Great Meadows Salt Marsh Gets a $4M Refresh

12 local “Salt Marsh Stewards” from Stratford and Bunnell high schools, along with three crew leaders, over 150 volunteers, elected officials, and partners, have helped turn the marsh back into a haven for wildlife and the local community.

A "Swap Day" for Connecticut's Student Conservationists
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A "Swap Day" for Connecticut's Student Conservationists

Junior Forest Technicians and WildLife Guards traveled from woodlands to water to learn more about conservation in Connecticut.

CT Landowner Converts Mowed Field, Other Habitat Into Haven for Birds
Working Lands

CT Landowner Converts Mowed Field, Other Habitat Into Haven for Birds

At first she wondered, “What can I really do? But then I realized I can do so much -- even just planting more of the right shrubs, making sure there’s berries all year long, a mix of tree species…and within a year, I saw more birds."

Over 138,000 Plugs Planted at Great Meadows Marsh
Conservation

Over 138,000 Plugs Planted at Great Meadows Marsh

Salt Marsh Stewards wrap up a successful season, Saltmarsh Sparrow nests discovered.

Meet Our New Forester for the Birds
Working Lands

Meet Our New Forester for the Birds

As a Forest Program Associate for Connecticut and New York, Rosa Goldman works with local landowners to make their forests healthier for birds and other wildlife.

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