Surviving Winter: Chickadees
Seatuck conservationist John Turner writes about LI Wildlife
The Scully Estate in December
The Scully Estate is always a beautiful historic home to visit but, in December, it has a special feeling to it.
Bats & Brews Video in the News
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Founders Circle Bluestone Project
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Seatuck launches Field Notes E-Magazine
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Seatuck works across Long Island on a variety of wildlife issues, employing a multi-pronged approach to advancing conservation. We conduct wildlife surveys, educate public officials, host workshops, install monitoring equipment, lead coalitions and pursue a host of other approaches to promote wildlife conservation and habitat restoration. Learn More


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The primary goal of Seatuck’s education program is, simply, to expose people to the diversity, beauty and wonder of Long Island’s natural world. Authentic outdoor experiences are the foundation upon which people develop their own connection to the environment and concern for its conservation. Our programs also seek to foster a greater appreciation and understanding of Long Island...Learn More

Seatuck operates two nature centers on the South Shore and manages an outdoor education program at a third site on the North Shore. The three facilities – the 70-acre Suffolk County Environmental Center in Islip, the 200-acre South Shore Nature Center in East Islip, and the 80-acre Sherwood Jayne Farm in East Setauket – provide sanctuary and...Learn More

The Scully Estate in December

The Scully Estate in December

The Scully Estate is always a beautiful historic home to visit, but in December, it has a special feeling to it. 
Founders Circle Bluestone Project

Founders Circle Bluestone Project

  Seatuck Founders Circle Bluestone Project The Founders Circle Bluestone Project is a unique donor recognition program that provides participants...
Surviving Winter: Chickadees

Surviving Winter: Chickadees

With winter’s icy embrace hitting Long Island we tend to respond by spending more time indoors out of the cold, something...
Field Notes E-Magazine!

Field Notes E-Magazine!

  Seatuck is proud to announce the launch of Long Island Field Notes, a new E-magazine that will celebrate Long...
Video: Bats & Brews!

Video: Bats & Brews!

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Video: Dam Removal Seminar

Video: Dam Removal Seminar

Full video of  Dam Removal Seminar at Hofstra University.

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