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Great Salt Marsh Island in Fairfield and Bridgeport CT
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Sitting atop the 12' high osprey nest we have a birds eye view of the Great Salt Marsh Island and surrounding areas in both Fairfield and Bridgeport CT.  This land has been set aside by the Town of Fairfield and the Aspetuck Land Trust to be preserved in its natural state, untouched by developers.

Copyright: Elizabeth Martinson Gentile
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上传: 16/07/2010
更新: 26/08/2014
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Tags: water; sound; osprey; nest; marsh; nature; island; preservation
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