Connecticut’s Only National Wildlife Refuge Is In Westbrook And It’s An Unforgettable Adventure
There are so many great places to get out and explore in the Nutmeg State, but surprisingly enough, there’s only one officially-designated National Wildlife Refuge in Connecticut. The Stewart B. McKinney National Wildlife Refuge is a massive preserve divided up over 10 parcels. The refuge provides a vital habitat for birds and other species. For those looking to enjoy the natural bounty of Connecticut, it doesn’t get much better than a stroll through this park!
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