The reserve manages early-succession forest habitat for New England cottontails and other at-risk species. In 2017, the reserve began accepting captive-reared rabbits to revitalize the local subpopulation.
If we look around, we can watch the natural world disappearing right before our eyes. The good news is that those rates of loss have been worse in the past. The bad news is that what we see disappearing isn’t the only thing we’re losing. It turns out, the sounds of the natural world are fading too.