Duck Island (Connecticut)

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DUCK ISLAND (CONNECTICUT) Latitude and Longitude:

41°10′28″N 73°06′30″W / 41.1744°N 73.1084°W / 41.1744; -73.1084

Duck Island is the one of two islands owned by Milford, Connecticut at the mouth of the Housatonic River. [1] It is approximately 100 feet from the end of Milford Point Road, near the Connecticut Audubon Society Coastal Center at Milford Point. The island is uninhabited and is designated as a Department of Environmental Protection Natural Area Preserve, though people may visit the island outside of bird nesting season. [2] The maximum elevation on the island is ~16 feet (4.9 m). [3] It is only accessible by boat.


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