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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 Herring Survey
Calling all Citizen Scientists!
We need your help for the 2019 Long Island Volunteer River Herring Survey!
Alewife and Blueback Herring are species of river herring native to Long Island. Like salmon,...
2018 Annual Appeal
Half Shells for Habitat
Since early 2018 Seatuck has been piloting an oyster shell recovery program to collect oyster shells from restaurants for use...
Not All Cavities Are Bad
According to John Turner, not all cavities are bad! Learn more here in the latest installment in "Long Island Field Notes,"...
After School Nature Explorers
Note: Online registation will be available soon. In the meantime, please contact Amanda Johnson (This email address is being protected from spambots....
Long Island Diadromous Fish Restoration Strategy
The decline of diadromous fish has a major impact on the health of our coastal...
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