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Seatuck operates two public nature centers along the shores of the Great South Bay.Learn More
Bats & Brews Slideshow
The 2017 Bats & Brews Benefit was a great success, with Long Island's best craft beer, a fantastic bat lecture, delicious food and smiles all around. Everyone had a great time - here's the photos to...
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 a career in corporate America...
Action Alert: Pine Barrens!
Please Contact Governor Cuomo Today!
The Pine Barrens Expansion Act, which would add more than 1000 acres to the Core Preservation...
2017 Birding Challenge Results
The fourth annual Seatuck Birding Challenge was conducted from 5:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on 9 September 2017, under nearly perfect...
Founders Circle Bluestone Project
Seatuck Founders Circle Bluestone Project
The Founders Circle Bluestone Project is a unique donor recognition program that provides participants...
headwater systems to the Nissequogue River (see map). It got its name from the freshwater that bubbles up from the ground...
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NATURE EXPLORERS SERIES
Join educator Amanda Johnson 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.