Great Day Trips to Connecticut's Critical Habitats

by Robert Craig, Ph. D.

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Guide to Connecticut's natural habitat types

Discover Connecticut's natural places! Explore the state's 16 "critical habitats," the places that are essential to sustaining our native wildlife. Travel to the state's beaches and bogs, traprock ridges and high summits, rivers and marshes, and more!

A must-have for hikers looking to explore Connecticut's most extraordinary natural places.

Descriptions of trips to examples of all 16 of the state's critical habitats.

Descriptions of the plants and animals that inhabit each of the critical habitats.

Descriptions of the ecoregions of Connecticut.

Read about current issues about species endangerment and wildlife management in the state.

Written by Robert Craig, Ph. D., a leader of Connecticut's own modern day "Lewis & Clark" expedition in 1975, that completed the first ecological survey of the state.

With paintings by Connecticut plein air landscape artist Barbara Lussier.

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