The Wildlife Among Us: Connecticut Audubon Society's Patrick Comins

The Wildlife Among Us: Connecticut Audubon Society's Patrick Comins

Few know the wildlife of Connecticut as well as this episode’s guest, Patrick Comins, Executive Director of the Connecticut Audubon Society. Terry and Len sit down with Patrick, who shares with us the history and accomplishments of the Connecticut Audubon Society, tips on how you can make your back yard a wild bird sanctuary, and how a car accident changed the course of his career.

Join us as we learn from this leading expert in wild life habitats and populations.


Connecticut ranks number 1 as the state with the highest percentage of the population living in Wildland Urban Interface (WUI) areas. According to the USDA Forest Service, 72 percent of Connecticut’s residence live in or in close proximity to areas of significant wildland vegetation.



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Julie Comins - January 31, 2020

I loved listening to all the bird talk, I may be prejudice since Patrick is my younger brother but I don’t really know that much about his job and birding in general so this was facinating and the questions were great. Thank you.

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