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...
Nassau Bag Bill
On May 7 , 2018, Legislator Debra Mule' (D, Freeport) introduced legislation to reduce the reliance on single-use bags in Nassau County. It is a "same...
Calling All Citizen Scientists!
Seatuck is actively involved in various wildlife surveys and other "citizen science" projects....
Earth Club Donation
Students fron the Earth Club at St. John the Baptist Diocesan High School in West Islip recenlty made an $1,800.00 donation...
Founders Circle Bluestone Project
Seatuck Founders Circle Bluestone Project
The Founders Circle Bluestone Project is a unique donor recognition program that provides participants...
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....
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All Ages Programs
$0 members/$4 non-members unless otherwise noted.
Here's your family's chance to get outside together and enjoy a nature fix after a long week. Programs will be geared around what's happening and can include topics such as winter birds, tremendous trees, and signs of spring.