FAIRFIELD — The property at 2140 Burr St. in northern Fairfield is ideal for nature lovers, not only for its proximity to the Connecticut Audubon Society and the Roy and Margot Larsen Wildlife Sanctuary but for its own wealth of wildlife.
“We enjoy the abundance of wildlife at our home. The Eastern bluebirds and goldfinches are a special pleasure during the summer. The red-tail hawks call and soar above the property on a daily basis,” the current owners said. They have also seen a red fox hop across their stone wall, migrating snapping turtles laying eggs, wild turkeys parading their hatchlings across the lawn, and does with their fawns in the flower garden.