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Wilton preserve director sees signs of spring all around

Margo Bloom Olson, the director of the Wilton Wildlife Preserve & Park, instructs students earlier this month as they make planters for lupine seeds, which will grow into plants that attract the endangered Karner Blue butterfly.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
Margo Bloom Olson, the director of the Wilton Wildlife Preserve & Park, instructs students earlier this month as they make planters for lupine seeds, which will grow into plants that attract the endangered Karner Blue butterfly.
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Listen to the singing frogs, climb a fire tower or look for a great blue heron at the edge of a pond. Even during the early days of spring, before the trees unfurl their leaves, visitors can find plenty of nature to explore and things to do outdoors, says Margo Bloom Olson, executive director of Wilton Wildlife Preserve & Park. From 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. today, the 60-foot-tall fire tower will be open to ...


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