Stewardship Success Stories & Videos

Grassland Restoration at Caumsett State Historic Park Preserve

August 2, 2016 — A grassland restoration project is underway at Caumsett State Historic Park Preserve. Read More

Trails Day Hike at Griswold Point

July 31, 2015 — The Trails Day hike that was conducted at Griswold Point, located in the Lower Connecticut River Stewardship Area, focused on climate change, glacial geology, native plants, and the plight of the salt marsh sparrow. Read More

Diamondback Terrapin II at West Meadow Beach

February 1, 2013 — Watch a diamondback terrapin dig its nest at West Meadow Beach in Stony Brook, NY. Read More

Diamondback Terrapin at West Meadow Beach

February 1, 2013 — Watch a diamondback terrapin laying eggs at West Meadow Beach in Stony Brook, NY. Read More

Birding at Long Beach West

February 1, 2013 — Watch Patrick Comins, Director of Bird Conservation at Audubon Connecticut, explain what makes Long Beach West and Great Meadows such… Read More

Saving the Bird Homestead in Rye

January 9, 2013 — Protecting the Bird Homestead along the tidal portion of Blind Brook in Rye will help to ensure the protection of one of Long Island Sound’s inaugural Stewardship areas, the Edith Read-Marshlands Stewardship Area in Rye. Read More

Connecticut’s Largest “WMA” Gets Bigger

January 2, 2013 — A series of acquisitions has helped the Barn Island Wildlife Management Area become the state's largest, most diverse, and ecologically significant coastal wildlife management area. Read More

West Meadow Plan to Remove Invasive

December 19, 2012 — The West Meadow Beach peninsula located in Stony Brook, NY is one of the largest and most diverse coastal ecosystems on the north shore of Long Island. In 2006, an ecological resources survey was conducted that resulted in the identification of perennial pepperweed (Lapidium latifolium) growing at the site. Read More

Invasive Plant Removed in Mill Pond

December 19, 2012 — An initial infestation of water chestnut that once covered approximately three quarters of Mill Pond has now been reduced to a few plants along the shore and throughout the pond thanks to the efforts of US Fish and Wildlife, Friends of the Bay, The Nature Conservancy, North Shore Land Alliance, The Town of Oyster Bay, Huntington/Oyster Bay Audubon Society, local neighbors, and many volunteers. Read More

Osprey Makes Comeback

October 26, 2012 — By taking action against pesticide use, environmental activism has brought osprey back from the brink of extinction. Read More

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