Experts worry wildfire smoke could impact Connecticut's wildlife

Posted on AllSides June 9th, 2023
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This is a carousel. Use Next and Previous buttons to navigate MILFORD — When the purple martins at Milford Point look for food, it’s often difficult to spot them because they fly at too high of an altitude, according to Ken Elkins. But as smoke from the Canadian wildfires blanketed the state this week, that changed: the martins and other birds flew closer to the water to search for insects, said Elkins, director of the Connecticut Audubon Society’s Coastal Center at Milford Point, which is home to a purple martin...

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