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Connecticut Bald Eagle Study Group



The Connecticut Bald Eagle Study Group was formed in 1975 and is composed of a network of volunteer field observers and nest monitors that share a common interest in promoting recovery and conservation of bald eagles and other raptors in Connecticut and southern New England.

More Information
Articles about the Bald Eagles in Connecticut and the BESG can be found in the July/August 2005 edition of  Connecticut Wildlife

Also see: Bald Eagle Chicks Die Due to Human Disturbance (July 2002, page 3)

Contact:   Donald A. Hopkins  (replace -AT- with @).

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