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Recap of 2024 Biennial Budget Adjustment Proposal
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Recap of 2024 Biennial Budget Adjustment Proposal

Governor Lamont proposes funding opportunities for climate change planning and adaptation

2023 Coastal Season Report Out
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2023 Coastal Season Report Out

Over 20,000 marsh grasses planted, youth employment expands, shorebirds have a record-breaking year

Victoria O'Neill Joins Audubon as Director of Coastal Resilience
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Victoria O'Neill Joins Audubon as Director of Coastal Resilience

Victoria will lead our efforts to protect and restore natural habitats in Connecticut and New York.

Environmentalist Futures Take Root with the Eco-Leadership Corps
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Environmentalist Futures Take Root with the Eco-Leadership Corps

In its third year, the Greenwich Audubon Center program is preparing students for a future in conservation.

Who's Making Bird-Friendly Maple Products in Connecticut?
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Who's Making Bird-Friendly Maple Products in Connecticut?

List of producers managing their forests to benefit birds. Note that some are smaller/family operations, so contact them before visiting!

New Law Aims to Increase Horseshoe Crab Populations
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New Law Aims to Increase Horseshoe Crab Populations

Migratory birds like the Red Knot depend on crab eggs to fuel their long journey north.

A New Frontier for Purple Martin Conservation in Northwest Connecticut
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A New Frontier for Purple Martin Conservation in Northwest Connecticut

New tracking technology will allow researchers to study martin movements across the country—and outside of it!

Restored Salt Marsh Becomes Hub for Science Research
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Restored Salt Marsh Becomes Hub for Science Research

The newly-restored Great Meadows Marsh in Stratford hosts UConn, Yale students and local scientists looking to learn more about climate change and healthy habitats.

Least Tern Nest, Protected by the Connecticut State Endangered Species Act, Trampled by Off Leash Dog at Connecticut State Park
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Least Tern Nest, Protected by the Connecticut State Endangered Species Act, Trampled by Off Leash Dog at Connecticut State Park

In situations like this, a pet’s owner could face up to $20,000 in associated fines.

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