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R.I. Audubon Expands Land Protection With Two New Land Donations

Congdon Wood is now the Audubon Society of Rhode Island’s fourth-largest wildlife refuge within the 9,800 acres of property that the organization permanently protects in Rhode Island and nearby Massachusetts.

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Proposed Sports Lighting at Ninigret Park Threatens Night Sky

Frosty Drew Observatory supporters and those worried about the impact on the nearby Ninigret National Wildlife Refuge aren’t buying the idea of lighting that won’t impact night-sky viewing or wildlife.

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Second Beach Dunes Sprayed with Poison to Keep Invasive Sedge from Taking Root

The eastern Asia invasive was first found in the United States in 1929 and was then deliberately introduced up and down the Atlantic Coast to act as an erosion control and sand stabilizer. It actually does the opposite.

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