Wildlife hard hit by inclement weather this winter, experts say

03/13/2011 | Litchfield County Times (New Milford, Conn.)

The extreme cold weather and snow accumulations this winter have taken a toll on mammals, birds and other wildlife, say experts with the Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection. Lack of shelter and limited access to food have caused many hibernating animals to die and have led to reduced birth rates that could extend into warmer weather, biologists say.

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