Taking a Tour?

A friendly visitor meanders around the Town of Groton (Conn.) Water Pollution Control Facility grounds outside the administration building.

Taking a Tour?

A white-tailed deer strolls across the grounds at the Town of Groton (Conn.) Water Pollution Control Facility. “The picture was taken from our administration building, looking out over the plant,” reports material control specialist Sue Palmer. “I felt someone looking at me, and looked up to see this deer peeking in the window. It was in no particular hurry, browsing around, checking out the flume and the primaries. It then walked off back through the gate and into the woods. I keep my camera handy because I get bluebirds on my bird feeder.”


Show us your visitors

TPO invites you to show us the wild creatures that visit your plant property. Mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians — send a picture or two and a brief description of when and where the visitor appeared to editor@tpomag.com.


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