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Connecticut Audubon Joins Senator Blumenthal in Opposing Changes to the Endangered Species Act

July 27, 2018 – Executive Director Patrick Comins joined U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal and other conservationists at a press conference in New Haven today to advocate against changes being proposed for the federal Endangered Species Act. Read the New Haven Register’s coverage here. Listen to Patrick being interviewed on the subject by WFUV radio here. […]

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Kate Reamer is Named Director of the Center at Glastonbury

July 7, 2018 – Please welcome Kate Reamer as the new director of the Center at Glastonbury! Kate, a Glastonbury resident with extensive experience in outdoor environmental education, replaces Michelle Eckman, who has held the position on an interim basis for two years. Michelle will be returning to her position as Connecticut Audubon’s education director. […]

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Endangered Sedge Wrens are Nesting and Drawing a Crowd at our Sanctuary in Pomfret

July 19, 2018. A tiny endangered bird that rarely nests in the state has made a home this year at the Connecticut Audubon Society’s Bafflin Sanctuary in Pomfret.

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Connecticut Audubon’s Education Director named to Senator Murphy’s advisory council

April 30, 2018 – Michelle Eckman, the Connecticut Audubon Society’s director of education and interim director of the Center at Glastonbury, has been selected by U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy for a citizens’ advisory panel on conservation. As a member of the new Land Conservation in Connecticut Council, Eckman will meet with Murphy quarterly in Hartford […]

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Deer Pond Farm in Sherman is Now Open Year-round, Seven Days a Week

  July 7, 2018 –After a year of preparation, the Connecticut Audubon Society’s Deer Pond Farm in Sherman opened its 10 miles of trails to the public today with a grand opening and ribbon cutting. The preserve, at 57 Wakeman Hill Road, Sherman, is now open from dawn to dusk, 365 days a year, hiking, […]

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