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After Mass Audubon says planned 'mirror houses' at Greylock Glen are bad for birds, developer removes them from the campground plan

An example of a Greylock Glen campsite structure

This is an example of the mirror houses that were originally planned to be a part of the new campground at Greylock Glen. 

Developer Shared Estates says it is scrapping the “mirror house” cabins from its plan for Greylock Glen after environmental groups took exception.



Sten Spinella can be reached at sspinella@berkshireeagle.com or 860-853-0085.

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