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By John Turner

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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

Seatuck Birding Challenge

Seatuck Birding Challenge

Saturday, September 28, 2019 - 5 am to 5 pm  Join Long Island's only island-wide birding competition to help promote bird watching, wildlife conservation and open space preservation across the...
2019 Bats & Brews Benefit

2019 Bats & Brews Benefit

Let West Brook Run!

Let West Brook Run!

Batmap Long Island

Batmap Long Island

Batmap Long Island is a citizen-science project designed to collect information about bats across Long Island. Data submitted...
Terrapin Watch

Terrapin Watch

Join citizen scientists from around Long Island in monitoring the occurrences of Diamondback Terrapins in our region. The information will help ascertain...
Half Shells for Habitat

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...

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Seatuck's "Conservation Blog" focuses on the lastet conservation policy issues from around Long Island.  Learn More

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Long Island Field Notes

Seatuck's celebration of Long Island wildlife, featuring nature writing, photography & video. Learn More

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