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Explore Connecticut River Tidelands

Explore Connecticut River Tidelands
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by in Sep 2009

Lighthouse at Old Saybrook (user submitted)The salt marshes and tidal flats at the mouth of New England’s longest river spread through a portion of the busy I-95 corridor of one of the most densely populated states in the country.

It’s an area The Nature Conservancy included on its list of the Western Hemisphere’s 40 “Last Great Places”: the Connecticut River tidelands.

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