Wildlife

 

wildlifeStation Leader: Peter Picone

email: peter.picone@ct.gov

Diverse wildlife populations are valuable from many standpoints, as indicators of a healthy ecosystem, for recreation, and for aesthetics. Understanding a species’ requirements and habits is the first step in ensuring the continued existence of that particular animal. Proper protection and management of an animal’s habitat will encourage optimum populations.

Wildlife Objectives and Practice Questions  (PDF)

Sample Exam (DOC)

 Mountain Lion in CT Article  (PDF)

Visit CT DEEP’s website for more information.


 WILDLIFE FACT SHEETS
CT Common Birds
CT Common Birds

 

CT Common Mammals

CT Common Mammals

Common Reptiles

CT Common Reptiles

Endangered Species

Endangered Species

Threatened Species

Threatened Species

Wildlife Habitat

Wildlife Habitat

Wildlife Management and Practices

Wildlife Management and Practices