Stone Shack in Norwalk Islands Destroyed by Sandy

© Google Maps A small stone building that had stood on Goose Island for more than 100 years and was previously used as part of a study on rat populations has been destroyed by Hurricane Sandy.

Goose Island is a 3.4-acre island among the Norwalk Islands and is part of the Stewart B. McKinney National Wildlife Refuge. In the spring and summer it is home to thousands of nesting gulls and Double-crested Cormorants. It is located on Long Island Sound, approximately 1 mile from Calf Pasture Beach. There is no public access to the island.

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