Posts by Chad Seewagen

CT Bird Atlas Project

Great Hollow is proud to announce that it will be a partner and sponsor of the long-awaited Connecticut Bird Atlas...

Scout Projects Galore

Scout Projects Galore

    This summer saw a flurry of fantastic Scout projects at Great Hollow. Their hard work can be seen...

Tracking Migratory Birds

Great Hollow is contributing to the Motus Wildlife Tracking System, a multi-national, collaborative research network that uses automated radio-telemetry towers...

Great Hollow Publishes Research on Migratory Birds

Since 2012, Great Hollow’s Executive Director, Dr. Chad Seewagen, has been collaborating with researchers from the New Jersey Meadowlands Commission...

Great Hollow Welcomes its 2017 Summer Interns

Meet our Summer Research Interns Great Hollow is happy to welcome our 2017 Summer Research Interns, Brittany Harry and John...

Great Hollow Awards Research Grant to UConn Student

Great Hollow awards small grants to students and professional scientists to support biological research at and beyond our preserve. We...

Naturalist’s Corner

From Great Hollow’s Naturalist, John Foley   Nature’s Gardeners As fall advances, squirrels, chipmunks, and many other animals can be...

Great Hollow contributes to regional Wood Turtle research project

Great Hollow assisted researchers from the Wood Turtle Working Group with the collection of blood samples from wood turtles in...

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