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Natural Beauty

Let River Rocks Be

Many of us share a favorite “dog days” activity of swimming in the river, but it is important to recognize that the Shepaug and other

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barred owl fledgeling
Natural Beauty

Summer Study and Notes from the Past

July is a fascinatingly wild time of year. Life histories of organisms spanning all taxonomic kingdoms converge, forming a bustling and bursting environment that beckons

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The Big Picture

You are part of something big. While your support is vital to Steep Rock protecting over 5,550 acres in Washington, you have also been a

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Notes From The Field

Surveying for Shepaug Eagles

The Midwinter Eagle Survey is a research project designed to monitor the status and detect trends of wintering eagle populations in the United States over

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Natural Beauty

Look Through the Lens

The adage “a picture is worth a thousand words” rings true for Steep Rock Association. Photography is an incredible tool for performing scientific research, telling

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Cold Water in a Warming World
Notes From The Field

Cold Water in a Warming World

In recognition of a rapidly shifting climate and increasingly pronounced weather events, Steep Rock Association (SRA) has proactively managed our preserves to enhance their climate

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