|USFWS’ Shaun Roche, Visitor Services Manager, Stewart B. McKinney National Wildlife Refuge|
|Laura Saucier, Wildlife Biologist from CT DEEP|
|Discussing law enforcement with the group|
|Corrie Folsom-O’Keefe, Audubon Connecticut Important Bird Area Coordinator, speaking about the “Be A Good Egg” program|
These citizen scientists and educators will hit the beaches come April, monitoring Piping Plovers and American Oystercatchers with other species like the Least and Common Terns returning in May. If you would like to join us on the Connecticut shore this spring and summer please email us at email@example.com to sign-up. Even if you cannot regularly monitor a beach you may be able to assist in outreach or education, lend a hand at string fencing and signage parties, or survey for other waterbird species. We usually have at least 200, and sometimes 300 or 400, dedicated, caring volunteers each year, and we would love to have you become one of them. Thank you all!