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The Service shares an Outdoor News piece recognizing a series of culvert upgrades in New York for their effects on brook trout habitat.

There are plenty of eastern cottontails, but not plenty of New England cottontails, the only species native to New England. And while the two species share many of the same characteristics, the latter has experienced a population decline because of habitat loss and fragmentation. Learn more about this conservation success story in Connecticut.

The Service and partners removed a dam in East Burke, VT, restoring recreational access and migratory fish routes in the Passumpsic River.