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Flanders Nature Center and Land Trust - Woodbury

Flanders Nature Center & Land Trust was founded in 1963 by Natalie Van Vleck, an artist, sculptor and farmer who raised sheep and turkeys on the 200 acres along Flanders Road in Woodbury, Connecticut, that are now the heart of Flanders. The mission of Flanders Nature Center & Land Trust is to promote the understanding and appreciation of nature, and support the conservation, preservation, and management of our natural resources.

Reptiles of the Connecticut River Valley

EXTINCT REPTILES - DINOSAURS THE TIMBER RATTLESNAKE SNAPPING TURTLE NORTHERN WATER SNAKE

Yale Peabody Museum: Herpetology: Online Guide

The 22 amphibian and 23 reptile species (not including sea turtles) living wild in Connecticut represent a diversity of habitat needs in addition to diversity of species. Although Connecticut is a small state, the available habitat is diverse. Amphibian and reptile species in Connecticut include species dependant on vernal pools and fragile trap-rock habitat. Some species live in tidal salt marshes, while others require cool, clean mountain streams.


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