Keep up with how the media covered Connecticut State of the Birds and the Osprey Nation 2022 report
Both the Osprey Nation 2022 report (and the project itself) and the annual Connecticut State of the Birds report broke important news and explained trends in Connecticut bird conservation. Connecticut Audubon members and donors are responsible for the support needed to complete this important work.
Connecticut State of the Birds 2022, “125 Years of Bird Conservation Through Local Action”
- New report shows improvements for CT’s bald eagle, osprey populations, by Vincent Gabrielle, HearstCT/CTInsider
CT’s ‘State of the Birds’ report has good news for eagles, but there’s still more work to be done for many species, by Christopher Arnott, Hartford Courant
Eagles are making a comeback in Connecticut, while other birds need your help, by Sabrina Garone, WSHU radio
Connecticut raptor populations soar, while some coastal wading birds face pressure, by Jennifer Ahrens, WNPR radio, Hartford, and for Maine Public Radio and New Hampshire public radio; CTMirror.
New CT Audubon Society Report Showcases Conservation, by Edwin Viera, Public News Service
Osprey fledgling numbers drop slightly in state this year, Audubon count finds, by Scott Ritter, New London Day
- Interview with Morning Edition/WNYC radio.
A monk parakeet appears to be in Danbury, maybe for the first time, EarthMatters by Robert Miller, Hearst CT/CTInsider
It’s the season for the smart, social communicative crows, EarthMatters by Robert Miller, Hearst CT/CTInsider