Wildlife ecologist assists in statewide bobcat study

After years of hunting and trapping and loss of habitat dwindled their population, Connecticut’s only wildcat appears to be making a comeback. Bobcats were once a rare sight in the state, but residents have glimpsed these predators more frequently in recent years. People across the state have been reporting bobcats in their hometowns to the […]

CAHNR in the news

Connecticut Woodlands printed an article by Associate Extension Professor Tom Worthley about the building of a wheelchair accessible bridge on the Nipmuck Trail. Also mentioned in the piece was the Fenton Tract of the UConn Forest, the Department of Natural Resources and the Environment (NRE), a graduate of NRE, the UConn Forest crew and the […]