Monday, August 08, 2005


It used to be requisite that every time you saw an osprey you had to stop and look. Now ospreys are everywhere along the coast. Connecticut in fact has as many as 250 nests. Thirty-one years ago there were only nine. The New London Day writes about Great Island and the Roger Tory Peterson Wildlife Area on the lower Connecticut River, an area where ospreys could be found even when they were rare.


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