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
Half Shells for Habitat
Half Shells for Habitat (H4H), which was initiated by Seatuck and a host of partners in 2018, is an island-wide program to recover oyster shells from restaurants for use in oyster and habitat restoration...
2019 Annual Report
Click here to read Seatuck's 2019 Annual Report
Cover photo by Katie Orlinsky
Get Out With Seatuck
While schools and offices are closed and people are staying home, our "Get Out With Seatuck" project aims to help everyone get...
Batmap Long Island
Batmap Long Island is a citizen-science project designed to collect information about bats across Long Island. Data submitted...
Diamondback Terrapin Watch
Photo: Alex Roukis
Thank you to everyone who joined us for the Peconic Estuary Partnership's June Citizen's Advisory Committee co-hosted...
Bellmore Creek Fish Passage Project: RFP
BELLMORE CREEK FISH PASSAGE PROJECT: Request for Proposals
Alewife (one of two species of river herring native to Long...
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