10 Reasons 2013 Was a Good Year for Conservation

Dec 28th, 2013 | By | Category: Wildlife

In 2013 we welcomed tens of thousands of hikers, improved hundreds of acres of key habitat, and provided outdoor science education to thousands of school children.

We also found time for plenty of birding, and to help make it easier for birders around the state to get out to see Snowy Owls, Piping Plovers, Purple Martins and dozens of other birds.

Here are 10 reasons 2013 was a good year for conservation. The 11th reason almost goes without saying: we enjoyed the support of thousands of conservation-minded residents of Connecticut – support that was essential to our mission and for which we are sincerely grateful.

For more on this story, visit: 10 Reasons 2013 Was a Good Year for Conservation | Connecticut Audubon Society.

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