“Comins can lead the organization since it targets inspiring an ever-greater soul of conservation statewide, during its education programs, citizen science centers, and habitat development projects, and in its seven centres and 20 sanctuaries,” Connecticut Audubon said in announcement announcing Comins’ appointment. “Our aim was to get an executive manager with an impeccable record of success as a conservationist and a reputation for ethics and leadership across the state We are confident that we found him in Patrick Comins,” said Peter Kunkel, chairman of Connecticut Audubon’s Board of Directors. Comins said he would concentrate on working with the board, and with the organization’s members, employees, and large community of grassroots volunteers, to keep Wright’s vision of inspiring people to economize by linking with the planet. Audubon Connecticut Executive Director Stewart Hudson said, ” On behalf of the staff and board of Audubon Connecticut and the National Audubon Society, we owe a major debt of gratitude to Patrick to the extraordinary accomplishments that he has contributed on behalf of birds, other wildlife, and also people in our state.

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