Category Archives: Environmental
Norwalk, Connecticut was one of the 25 total counts that conducted in the First Christmas Bird Count on December 25, 1900. About 18,500 individual birds and 27 total participants Cumulative bird species list: 89 species total. Continue reading
Great White Pelican, extralimital, a denizen of the old world, with a range centered on Africa was found roosting amongst a flock of American White Pelicans in the J. N. Ding Darling National Wildlife Refuge on February 28 to March 1, 2016. Continue reading
Pigeon Rivers, Gone, But Not Forgotten. Naturalist Joel Greenberg relates in gripping detail, the pigeons’ propensity to nest, roost, and fly together in vast numbers made them vulnerable to unremitting market and recreational hunting. Continue reading
Bird Groups Raise Alarms over Wind Industry Installation of Six Giant Wind Turbines in Critical Great Lakes Bird Migration Corridor. Letter to Feds Charges Wind Industry with Ignoring Voluntary Federal Guidelines. Continue reading
Designation Ceremony of Audubon Connecticut’s “Urban Oases Program” in New Haven CT as one of only eight Urban Wildlife Refuge Partnerships in the country. Continue reading
Celebrating New Haven Parks; Urban Oases for Birds and Wildlife at The Barnard Nature Center, West River Memorial Park, New Haven, CT, The whole idea is centered on the notion that there are local wildlife oases in largely urban environments that are critical to wildlife, but will also benefit mankind.
Alexander R. Brash has been named President of Connecticut Audubon Society. A longtime conservation leader and Connecticut resident with an extensive record of success managing non-profits and government agencies. Continue reading