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    [Name]: McLean Game Refuge Natural Areas
    [Image]: McLean Game Refuge.JPG
    [Date]: November 1973
    [Location]: Granby 41°55′14″N 72°47′19″W / 41.920545°N 72.788544°W / 41.920545; -72.788544 (McLean Game Refuge Natural Areas)
    [County]: Hartford
    [Ownership]: state
    [Description]: 4,400 acres (1,800 ha) forest in multiple tracts has a very diverse group of species as well as evidence of glacial activity.

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    [Name]: Beckley Bog
    [Image]: Beckley Bog.JPG
    [Date]: May 1977
    [Location]: Norfolk 41°58′08″N 73°09′44″W / 41.96889°N 73.16222°W / 41.96889; -73.16222 (Beckley Bog)
    [County]: Litchfield
    [Ownership]: private
    [Description]: The southernmost Sphagnum-heath-black spruce bog in New England. Purchased by the Nature Conservancy in 1956.

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    [Name]: Chester Cedar Swamp
    [Image]: Road-to-chester-swamp.png
    [Date]: May 1973
    [Location]: Chester 41°23′15″N 72°29′20″W / 41.387499°N 72.488995°W / 41.387499; -72.488995 (Chester Cedar Swamp)
    [County]: Middlesex
    [Ownership]: mixed- state, municipal
    [Description]: Known for its Atlantic white cedar swamp within the Cockaponset State Forest.

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    [Name]: Bartholomew's Cobble
    [Image]: Bartholomew's Cobble (Sheffield, MA).JPG
    [Date]: October 1971
    [Location]: Canaan 42°03′26″N 73°21′03″W / 42.057222°N 73.350833°W / 42.057222; -73.350833 (Bartholomew's Cobble)
    [County]: Litchfield
    [Ownership]: private
    [Description]: Open space preserve, agricultural preserve, and bio-reserve primarily located in Ashley Falls, Massachusetts and edging into Canaan, Connecticut. The preserve contains over 800 plant species including North America's greatest diversity of ferns. It is open to the public with hiking trails and a visitors center.

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    [Name]: Cathedral Pines
    [Image]: Cathedral Pines.JPG
    [Date]: May 1982
    [Location]: Cornwall 41°50′10″N 73°19′31″W / 41.836044°N 73.325163°W / 41.836044; -73.325163 (Cathedral Pines)
    [County]: Litchfield
    [Ownership]: private (The Nature Conservancy)
    [Description]: A large tract of old-growth white pine and hemlock forest owned by the Nature Conservancy which was mostly destroyed by tornadoes in 1989.

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    [Name]: Bingham Pond Bog
    [Date]: May 1973
    [Location]: Salisbury 42°01′13″N 73°27′59″W / 42.02028°N 73.46639°W / 42.02028; -73.46639 (Bingham Pond Bog)
    [County]: Litchfield
    [Ownership]: private
    [Description]: A rare undisturbed northern black spruce bog, which is missing the more common Sphagnum moss.

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Connecticut, one of the six Northeastern United States states in New England, is also the southernmost state in New England. Massachusetts to the North, Rhode Island to the East, New York to the West, Long Island across the channel to the south.

Connecticut is one of the wealthiest states in the United States and, according to 2005 data, has the highest per capita income in the country. Home to hundreds of billionaires and multimillionaires, Greenwich, Connecticut, is one of the wealthiest towns in the country. And the birthplace of “cricket in Times Square. ”. It attracts a lot of tourists and long-term residents, and if you’re also interested in Connecticut, it makes sense to know some of the country’s natural landmarks, such as Bartholomew’s Cobble, Beckley Bog, Bingham Pond Bog, and the Cathedral Pines. I believe that the random tool generator collates 8 items that will help you a lot.

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