Posts by Chad Seewagen

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...

Tracking the impact of mercury pollution on migratory birds

Mercury pollution is a worsening global problem that is caused by coal combustion, gold mining, and other human activities, and...

2019 Art Show and Call for Artists

2019 Juried Art Show, May 18-19 at Great Hollow Nature Preserve The Great Hollow Photographers Club is sponsoring a juried...

Great Hollow Grant Recipient Publishes Research on the Hemlock Woolly Adelgid

Great Hollow awards up to $5,000 in grants each year to support ecological research at and beyond our preserve. Applicants...

New Publication from Great Hollow’s Mercury Pollution Research Program

Great Hollow’s executive director, Chad Seewagen, is the coauthor of a new study that has been published in the current...

2018 Annual Review Released

As we welcome in 2019, Great Hollow is proud to announce the release of its first Annual Review. The report...

Great Hollow Calendars Now Available!

Great Hollow Calendars Now Available!

Be sure to get your spiral-bound 2019 Great Hollow wall calendar produced by the Great Hollow Photographers Club! The calendar...

New Bridge Across Quaker Brook

If you’ve ever hiked along our Red or Orange Trails, you know that crossing the stream that divides them can...

Article by Great Hollow Director Featured in Annual “State of the Birds” Report

Great Hollow’s executive director, Chad Seewagen is the author of an article in the Connecticut Audubon Society’s annual State of...

Local High School Students Team up with UConn and Great Hollow on Research Projects

There’s something fishy about New Fairfield High School student, Lucie Tuthill. Lucie is a participant in UConn’s fantastic Conservation Ambassador...

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