The Spectacular Habitats & Wildlife of the Conte Refuge

On Tuesday, October 3, 6:30 p.m, at The Connecticut Audubon Society, 1361 Main Street, Glastonbury CT 06033,

Photo by Jerry Monkman for the National Wildlife Refuge Assn

join Patrick Comins, our executive director, to learn about the spectacular habitats and wildlife of the Connecticut River Watershed and the Conte Refuge, one of the crown jewels of the National Wildlife Refuge System. Currently, the refuge is comprised of over 36,000 acres within parts of the four watershed states of New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts and Connecticut. A Refuge like no other, the Conte Refuge’s legislative purposes allow for a much broader scope of work beyond the boundaries of the Refuge land to conserve the critical habitats of the entire Connecticut River Watershed. Patrick has intimate knowledge of the Conte, as he has been involved with the Friends of Conte since its inception in 2006. Connecticut Audubon members $5, non-members $10. Pre-registration is required by emailing glastonbury@ctaudubon.org or calling 860-633-8402.

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