Migratory songbirds can travel thousands of miles, braving wind, rain, snow, and limited food. What can be done to help them along their journey?
This summer, students and volunteers will be surveying two isolated populations of puritan tiger beetles along the Connecticut River in Connecticut and Massachusetts, and one new site in Vermont in hopes of releasing more beetles back to the wild.
When birds thrive, we thrive, so how are the birds of Connecticut doing? Citizen scientists will have an opportunity to help answer this question, and contribute to the Connecticut Bird Atlas!