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Littoral Society NYC
Dedicated to the conservation of through education, habitat restoration & community engagement.
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Ocean Conservancy Jun 16
The seahorse is ocean father of the year. ❤️️A celebration of dads, including the ones who live in the ocean.
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JBRPC Jun 15
20,000 marsh grass plugs planted today by volunteers at Sunset Cove! Many thanks for their service, helping us, , and Jamaica Bay Ecowatchers restore this beautiful new park. 🌱
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Littoral Society NYC Jun 15
Thank you to our Bloomberg volunteers and R-Corps for helping plant marsh grass in Sunset Cove! . . .
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Ocean Conservancy Jun 15
When you realize it's finally the weekend! 🤗
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Center for Bio Div Jun 14
These five animal species you see at the beach are a powerful testament to how successful the Endangered Species Act is in saving them from extinction.
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4ocean Jun 12
When we come together for a community cleanup it's not just about the trash we collect, it's about the awareness we create and the habits we change. Together we are 4ocean.
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Littoral Society Jun 12
Reposted from (education director for the American Littoral Society) - Hey all! World Oceans Day just passed and now that I have a moment I'd like to bring up a few items (among many more!) that I…
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New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection Jun 11
Turtle nesting season is NOW! If you see one on the road while driving, pull over & park in a safe location! Next, carry the turtle across the road in the direction it was walking & place it on the other side. Wash your hands afterwards!
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Ocean Conservancy Jun 11
How to reduce single-use plastics in your everyday life 🤔 Here are 3 things you can do to help stem the tide of plastic pollution.
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JBRPC Jun 11
Love Jamaica Bay & Rockaway parks? Support our work by donating today and receive a or themed print by artist Erick Sahler, depicting the rich ecological, cultural, and social character of our parks and community! For more info visit
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Littoral Society Jun 10
Over-fishing of horseshoe crabs for commercial fishery bait and the harvesting of the animals for their blood has dramatically reduced crab populations, which are essential for migratory shorebirds as well as depleted marine species, such as weakfish.
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NYC Parks Jun 10
We're looking for volunteers to help plant marsh grass at Sunset Cove ! Sign up at . Join us, , , and in this restoration effort.
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JBRPC Jun 9
Thousands of collected trash from today in honor of . It was great to connect with so many passionate volunteers at the 4ocean Village. Many thanks to for sponsoring and organizing the event and to everyone who participated!
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Littoral Society NYC Jun 9
Check out our Instagram story (@jamaicabayguardian) to see all our hard work! Even Don is working!
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NYC Parks Jun 7
Piping plover chicks are hatching at Rockaway Beach! Meet the team who's helping protect these endangered shorebirds.
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ResortsWorldPR Jun 8
Today is ! Resorts World Casino is a proud supporter of the Jamaica Bay Littoral Society who work endlessly to protect our coast! To participate to help protect NYC coast join them by planting marshes this month!
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Ocean Conservancy Jun 8
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Littoral Society Jun 8
Explore Jamaica Bay: New York City’s Natural Oasis Join Don Riepe, Jamaica Bay Guardian for the American Littoral Society, as he talks about the importance of the horseshoe crab. New York City's oldest inhabitant.
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Ocean Conservancy Jun 7
Rough day?? Not anymore—you otter just look at this picture.
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Littoral Society Jun 7
Coastal towns and counties can now access an online tool that pinpoints areas where resiliency projects would best help communities in the face of storms, floodwaters and rising seas.
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