Cool weather is upon us and the days are getting shorter. That doesn’t mean that you still can’t enjoy many of the activities you did in the summer! In fact, the lower heat and humidity may help you feel more energized. Take a walk along those lovely beaches you visited this summer, they will definitely be less crowded now.
Connecticut state parks, forests, and wildlife areas are great places to experience the fall migration. According to the Connecticut Ornithological Association, the best locations are often coastal parks or other shoreline areas of natural habitat, high ridgelines, edge habitats such as powerline cuts, and riverlands with their adjacent wetlands.