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Towns are surveying key wildlife corridors

THIS RIVER OTTER was one of several creatures captured by Middlebury College students’ game cameras in Bristol this spring. The students were studying wildlife corridors in town in collaboration with the Bristol Conservation Commission. Photo courtesy of Eli DiBari

From black bears and bobcats to gray foxes and gray squirrels, Addison County is home to a plethora of wildlife. It’s also home to many humans. 

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