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What to do Add to My Travel Planner Great Day Trips to Connecticut’s Critical Habitats Category: Recreation SubCategory: Travel Guides Area: Central Address:
Simsbury, CT 06070 Description:

Discover the natural places that are vital to sustaining Connecticut wildlife, including amphibians reptiles, mammals, birds and plants! This new guidebook describes hikes to learn about and explore the nature of 16 of the state’s most unique habitats, including forests and woodlands, rivers, freshwater marshes, tidal marshes, swamps, bogs, beaches, offshore islands, traprock ridges, the marble valleys and more—all within an afternoon’s drive if not right down the road.

Written by ecologist Dr. Robert Craig, a leader of the first ecological survey of Connecticut in 1975 and an authority on the remarkably diverse wildlife of the state. With paintings by Connecticut artist Barbara Lussier.

With trips to natural places in Chaplin, Lebanon, Ashford, Mansfield, Windham, Voluntown, Stonington, Portland, Old Lyme, Cromwell, East Lyme, Goshen, Milford, Norwalk, Salisbury, Simsbury and Bloomfield.

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