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West Haven News

Posted on: May 29, 2019

‘Be a Good Egg’

Birds

WEST HAVEN, May 29, 2019 — With Memorial Day past and beach season underway, Connecticut Audubon reminds us how to “Be a Good Egg” at the beach.

— Keep your distance from shorebird habitat.

— Be sure to know and respect local dog/pet ordinances.

— Take your trash with you.

— Dispose of fishing line.

— Avoid feeding wildlife.

— Avoid noisy activities near nesting areas.

As a shoreline community, West Haven has a special interest in and responsibility to the health of the coastal environment. Coastal areas are uniquely important for many species of wildlife, especially birds. They offer critical breeding sites and rich sources of food for migratory stopovers.

Learn more at CT Audubon.

Take the pledge #BeAGoodEgg at CT Audubon.

Birds

(Contributed Photo/CT Audubon)

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