Twitter | Search | |
Seatuck
Seatuck Environmental Association, member-supported 501(c)(3), dedicated to conservation of Long Island's wildlife, through education, research and advocacy.
1,925
Tweets
82
Following
306
Followers
Tweets
Seatuck Sep 13
Join us at the Scully Estate TONIGHT at 7:00 for the story of the amazing monarch butterfly - told by the one-and-only John Potente!
Reply Retweet Like
Seatuck Sep 10
Join us on Saturday as we celebrate our estuaries!
Reply Retweet Like
Seatuck Sep 6
What else would you do on the first day of forest school? Of course we played with MUD!! 😆
Reply Retweet Like
Seatuck Aug 31
Monarch migration season is here! Join us on Thursday, Sept. 13 as we welcome John Potente to the Scully Estate for the full, unabridged story of the Monarch Butterfly (as only he can tell it!). Register here:...
Reply Retweet Like
Seatuck Aug 15
Join us as we celebrate National Estuaries Week with the South Shore Estuary Reserve! Activities will be held at Seatuck SC Environmental Center 550 South Bay Avenue, islip NY 11751. A variety of activities for...
Reply Retweet Like
Seatuck Aug 2
Any last minute registrations? There are a couple spots left. Register at:
Reply Retweet Like
Seatuck Jul 21
Thank You Father Nature Garden Center East Islip for the dirt. Everyone had a great time at Summer Explorers Mud Day — at Father Natures Garden Center
Reply Retweet Like
Seatuck Jul 9
We recently rescued this Fowler's Toad from one of the basement window wells at Scully. She doesn't look it, but we think she was toad-aly grateful!
Reply Retweet Like
Seatuck Jul 2
“It’s really starting to become quite clear that agricultural areas are generally quite bad for wildlife." This British study is a stinging (no pun intended; bumblebees don't sting) indictment of modern agriculture - go out a buy some local organic...
Reply Retweet Like
Seatuck Jun 29
Reply Retweet Like
Seatuck Jun 27
Firefly season has arrived on Long Island! Have you seen any yet?
Reply Retweet Like
Seatuck Jun 26
"Mismanagement of our waste is coming back to us in our drinking water and in our seafood and sea salt”
Reply Retweet Like
Seatuck Jun 20
Had a fantastic day on the water yesterday conducting a fish survey of the Western Bays as part of our work with the Living with the Bay project. A big thank you to Operation Splash's Rob Weltner and Dan Lee for...
Reply Retweet Like
Seatuck Jun 18
Maureen Dunn also quoted in this recent Fire Island News story on the lawn fertilizer issue ...
Reply Retweet Like
Seatuck Jun 18
Newsday recently published a letter from Seatuck's Water Quality Scientist, Maureen Dunn, in which she called for new, balanced breach management plan.
Reply Retweet Like
Seatuck Jun 15
"Humans, it turns out, can annoy more than just one another."
Reply Retweet Like
Seatuck Jun 14
Please call or email your senator today!
Reply Retweet Like
Seatuck Jun 9
“If we are going to take natural history seriously, and all the things our communities and our economies depend on from natural areas, we have to start putting parks in the right places and managing them in the right way.”
Reply Retweet Like
Seatuck Jun 6
Plastic pollution is a serious global problem - let's do what we can here at home, one step at at time. Next step? Pass the Nassau County single-use bag bill (to match Suffolk's)!
Reply Retweet Like
Seatuck Jun 2
Reply Retweet Like