[CT Birds] OT Maps

Marty Swanhall swanhallm at gmail.com
Wed Jul 4 21:23:08 EDT 2012

During a previous job, I became partial to Hagstrom Maps so I was able to
find one, years ago, that covers Fairfield, New Haven, and Litchfield
Counties at a Waldenbooks.

Marty in Woodbury

On Wed, Jul 4, 2012 at 2:22 PM, David Provencher <
davidprovencher at sbcglobal.net> wrote:

> Paper, or "hard copy" maps are often essential for areas off the beaten
> track. I spent most of last week hiking and driving in the Pine Barrens of
> New Jersey, primarily in Wharton State Forest searching mainly for Northern
> Pine Snake and Pine Barrens Tree Frog (both successfully), and a hard copy
> map of the forest roads was absolutely essential to avoid getting lost
> among
> the myriad of passable and impassable tracks. Luckily the internet is a
> wonderful source of info for off-the-beaten-track mapping info and it will
> likely only get better. Many GPS instrument manufacturers also have great
> software maps for these areas as well (typically but not always pricey),
> but
> there is still a lot to be said for a hard copy map and compass!
> Dave
> Dave Provencher
> Naturally New England
> http://naturallynewengland.blogspot.com/
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