The Wildlife and Fisheries Conservation Center uses scientific research techniques to better understand wildlife and fish populations, the habitats they require, and interactions with human society in our shared landscape. Its scientists promote sustainable management solutions for wildlife issues. Some of the critical issues that current projects are addressing include; wildlife and fish conservation in populated areas, rare species and threatened habitats, the changing climate, and the consequences of contaminants in the environment.
News & Highlights
Understanding Connecticut's Wildlife - Dr. Rittenhouse and her work with DEEP
Low-tech Tool May Change Outlook for Tiny Fish - Dr. Vokoun and Bridle Shiner Conservation
10 Questions: Where the Wild Things Are - An interview with Dr. Morty Ortega