The Connecticut Audubon Society has issued its annual report on the state of birds in the Northeast – specifically Connecticut.
If you go for a stroll on a beach in Connecticut, you best walk with care, WCBS 880 Bureau Chief Fran Schneidau reported.
Residents living near Fairfield Ludlowe High School needn’t keep their eyes fixed on the sky anymore.
You may remember that hawk that has been attacking people in Connecticut. Well, now something is being done about it.
Who will protect our birds? It’s a question being asked by the Connecticut Audubon Society. Conservation director Milan Bull says the problem is that kids today aren’t being encouraged to get outdoors, and tune into nature.
Bird watchers in New York City love to see the occasional hawk, but it’s a different story in one upscale Connecticut town. Residents in Fairfield say the birds of prey have become a menace.