Date: 6/12/18 5:13 am
From: Bev via CTBirds <ctbirds...>
Subject: [CT Birds] Info on shrubland birds- New England Cottontail/Young Forest Newsletter
In case anyone is interested
> Subject: New England Cottontail/Young Forest Newsletter
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> Dear ­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­CT Partner in Wildlife Conservation,
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> The CT Department of Energy & Environmental Protection in partnership with the Wildlife Management Institute is pleased to distribute the latest issue of the Young Forest Initiative Newsletter. The Young Forest team would like to share the story of the beautiful Boyd Woods Audubon Sanctuary, where young forest habitat has drawn nesting populations of struggling shrubland birds.
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> If you know someone or an organization who might like to be included on the distribution list, or if you do not wish to receive future newsletters, please let me know.
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> Thank you, and enjoy your summer!
> --Andrea
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> Andrea Petrullo
> Contractor to the Wildlife Management Institute at
> CT DEEP, Wildlife Division
> 209 Hebron Road
> Marlborough, CT 06447
> P: 860.424.4165 |E: <Andrea.Petrullo...>
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> www.ct.gov/deep
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