Posts by Chad Seewagen

Great Hollow Bat Research Highlighted by AWCF

Great Hollow is honored to see its study of the impacts of light pollution on bats featured as the cover...

2019 Annual Review released

Great Hollow is proud to announce the release its 2019 Annual Review. The report highlights Great Hollow’s most significant accomplishments...

2020 Art Show and Call for Artists

Submissions are now being accepted for Great Hollow’s 2020 Juried Art Show, which will run from 10 am – 4...

Saving the New England Cottontail Rabbit

Great Hollow’s executive director, Dr. Chad Seewagen, and naturalist, John Foley, recently participated in the annual meeting of the New...

Congressional Visit

Today we were honored to welcome United States Congresswoman Jahana Hayes to Great Hollow to learn about our organization’s work...

Meet Our New Education Coordinator

We are pleased to announce the addition of Maggie Cozens to the Great Hollow team. In her role as Education...

Great Hollow Research Shows Japanese Barberry is No Friend to Insects

For the past three years, Great Hollow has been conducting a series of studies to identify the ecological impacts of...

Latest Scout Projects Improve Great Hollow’s Trails

Great Hollow has been the lucky recipient of numerous Scout group service projects over the past few years. Their mark...

Creating Habitat for Pollinators

Last weekend, with the help of some fantastic members of our community, we installed our first pollinator garden at Great...

Meet our New Screech Owls

Great Hollow is the proud new guardian of two eastern screech owls that were rescued by a local wildlife rehabilitator...

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