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Fall Hallmark movie wraps up filming on Connecticut horse farm

The Hallmark Channel knows where to find romance — in Connecticut, where it has just shot scenes for yet another of its beloved TV movies. Surprisingly, this one is not that Hallmark staple, a Christmas movie. It’s set in the fall. Andrew Gernhard of Synthetic Cinema International, the production company based in Rocky Hill that worked on the film, says that instead of fake snow, leaves will ...
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Alert Issued In CT Following Multiple Attempted Coyote Attacks On Dogs, Owners

An alert has been issued by officials in Connecticut following multiple attempted coyote attacks on dogs and their owners. Concerns are being raised in New Haven County after there were multiple attacks reported in the Platt Park/Traditions area of the town on Tuesday, July 20, with one successfully getting after a dog that had to be treated by a veterinarian, according to Southbury Animal Control.
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Connecticut’s Minor League Ballpark Welcomes Pups Back to ‘Bark in the Park’

I'm a dedicated dog owner. Mrs Large and I have a one year old Chihuahua named RayRay. He weighs around 5 pounds, so he definitely falls into the pocket pet category. Because of his size and being housebroken, I sometimes have the privilege of bringing him to work with me. He's become sort of the mascot around here. He won't be replacing the i95 Moose in the near future, don't worry, he's kind of shy when it comes to meeting the public. The Moose is much better at that.
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Bear sightings in Connecticut on the rise

STAMFORD, Conn. - If a bear attacks you, fight back. "Do not play dead," Stamford Managing Animal Control Officer Tilford Cobb said. "You want to fight that bear." Opening this story with bear-fighting is maybe not the most responsible storytelling. After all, Cobb introduces his living-alongside-bears spiel not with human-on-bear combat techniques but rather with a reminder of our many centuries of mostly peaceful cohabitation.
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CT Audubon Society: 9 chicks of 'special concern' bird species born

SHERMAN — Breeding has been confirmed of a bird species of special concern in the state this month, which the Connecticut Audubon Society says is a critical stepping stone for the species. Cathy Hagadorn, director of the Connecticut Audubon Society’s Deer Pond Farm sanctuary, said the property has confirmed breeding...
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Take Down Birdfeeders: Mysterious Illness Killing Songbirds In Connecticut, Massachusetts

Wildlife officials in New England and along the East Coast are warning residents to take down their bird feeders due to a mysterious illness that has killed hundreds of birds. According to Connecticut and Massachusetts wildlife officials, the vast majority of birds affected include fledgling common grackles, blue jays, European starlings, and American robins, other species of songbirds have been reported as well.
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Cuddle The Most Adorable Rescued Farm Animals For Free At Locket’s Meadow Farm In Connecticut

Animal neglect is heartbreaking, and, unfortunately, happens all too often. Thankfully, dedicated advocates have established loving sanctuaries to care for all creatures great and small. The goal of these venues is to help ensure defenseless animals have a second-chance at receiving all the love humans are capable of giving. Locket’s Meadow Farm in Bethany, Connecticut, […] The post Cuddle The Most Adorable Rescued Farm Animals For Free At Locket’s Meadow Farm In Connecticut appeared first on Only In Your State.
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The Highly Aggressive Red Swamp Crayfish Invading Connecticut

Have you recently gone outside after a storm and found a mini-lobster crawling across your driveway or yard?. Based on the comments on a recent post by the Connecticut Fish & Wildlife of the Bureau of Natural Resources here in the state, many of you have. No, they're not baby lobsters that escaped Long Island Sound, skittered up Rt. 8 and ended up in Ansonia. They're Crayfish, or as I know them Crawdads, or Mudbugs.
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