Posts by Chad Seewagen

New Bee Hive Installation

We’re pleased to announce the addition of several honeybee hives to the preserve, which will be managed by local beekeeper,...

New Publication on Wildflower Seed Dispersal by Ants

Spring ephemeral wildflowers, like red trillium, trout lily, and Dutchman’s breeches have only a short period of time each year...

New Publication on the Impacts of Mercury Pollution to Migratory Birds

Migratory birds have been called the super-athletes of the animal kingdom because of the remarkable endurance they display during hours-long,...

A Look Back at 2021

Great Hollow is pleased to announce the release of its 2021 Annual Review.  Following the challenges and uncertainties faced by all the previous year,...

New Wood Turtle Research Published

The wood turtle is a freshwater turtle that has declined sharply in recent decades and is currently listed as a...

2021 Virtual Art Show is Now Open!

The annual Great Hollow Juried Painting and Photography Show is now open and runs through June 30th. This year’s show...

New Interpretive Signage Featuring Local Artist

Great Hollow has teamed up with New Fairfield High School student and aspiring scientific illustrator, Sarah Valdivieso, to create new...

Meet Our New Scientists

We are pleased to announce the addition of Visiting Scientist Dr. Robert Clark (left) and Post-doctoral Research Fellow Dr. Wales...

New Publication on the Impacts of Light Pollution to Bats

Light pollution is a rapidly spreading form of environmental degradation that now covers approximately 50% of the United States and...

Hot off the Press! 2020 Annual Review Released

Great Hollow is pleased to announce the release of its Annual Review for 2020. The report highlights our most significant...

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