Seatuck works to protect wildlife and restore habitat across Long Island. Learn More
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Exposing people to the diversity, beauty and wonder of Long Island’s natural world. Learn More
Seatuck operates two public nature centers along the shores of the Great South Bay.Learn More
River Revival Project Map
Explore Long Island's Tributaries!
The River Revival Project Map identifies all of the more than 125 tributaries in Nassau and Suffolk County. It identifies where migratory fish have access and where...
2018 River Herring Survey
Calling all Citizen Scientists!
We need your help for the 2018 Long Island Volunteer River Herring Survey!
Summer Explorer Program
Let your child explore the wonders of nature through these week-long summer programs at the 200-acre South Shore Nature Center....
Field Notes Exhibit
I first met Steve Terr in 2007 when he stopped by the Scully Estate to talk about volunteering. He had recently retired after...
Founders Circle Bluestone Project
Seatuck Founders Circle Bluestone Project
The Founders Circle Bluestone Project is a unique donor recognition program that provides participants...
Support the 9th Annual Seauck Eco-Carnival, scheduled for Saturday, April 21, 2018
Ways to Give
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NATURE EXPLORERS SERIES
Join Seatuck for these programs for children ages 2.5 to 5 and an accompanying adult! Designed to foster children's connection to the natural world.
$4 members / $8 non-members, unless noted. This cost is for one child and one caregiver.