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Summer camp in nature’s classroom offers fun and unique learning experiences for children of all ages at The Connecticut Audubon Society’s Center at Fairfield.

Space still available for CT Audubon’s Nature’s Classroom Camp

Enhance your child’s curiosity this summer with hands-on science and nature exploration at The Connecticut Audubon Society’s Center at Fairfield.

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Connecticut Audubon Society offers Teen Summer EcoVenture

Teens will work with our expert biologists and naturalists to band birds and conduct grassland bird surveys in Pomfret and then head out onto the Connecticut River to explore beautiful Selden Island, the largest island on the river.

May through June is a critical period when female turtles undertake risky overland forays to reach nesting areas. During this time, they often cross roads, sometimes with fatal consequences. — Photo by Paul J. Fusco/DEEP Wildlife Division

Turtles and roads are a deadly combination

Connecticut’s Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) is reminding residents to be on the lookout for turtles crossing roads.

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CFE/Save The Sound: Put Long Island Sound on a Nitrogen Diet

Save the Sound, a bi-state program of Connecticut Fund for the Environment, responded to recent news of fish and turtle die-offs around Long Island Sound, as well as the June 8 release of a report card on the Sound’s health.

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