Connecticut Endangered Species Maps in PDF Format
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Endangered Species Maps

Each town map identifies general areas of concern with regard to state and federally listed endangered, threatened, and special concern species and significant natural communities. (Note: You must have Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your computer to view these maps.)

Instructions for Viewing/Downloading Maps
Different browsers and download settings may affect the behavior of the download. The map download will attempt to open using your default browser and download settings. Microsoft Edge is recommended for downloading maps from this site. Users experiencing problems with the download can try accessing NDDB maps from the Connecticut Environmental Conditions Online website run by UCONN CLEAR and DEEP at; PDF maps can be found in the Map Catalog section.

If you plan on viewing this map more than once, you may want to download it to your computer. Right click on the "Download Map" link. Select "Save Target As" from the drop-down menu. You will be prompted for the location on your computer where you would like to save the file. Navigate to the appropriate location and select "Save". Be sure to make a note of the file name for future file retrieval. After the save is complete, you can view the map by double clicking on the file name in "My Computer" or Windows Explorer.

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