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Seatuck Environmental Association, member-supported 501(c)(3), dedicated to conservation of Long Island's wildlife, through education, research and advocacy.
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This week at Little Peepers:
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Seatuck Dec 7
Great week at Little Peepers.
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Seatuck Dec 5
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Seatuck Nov 30
Our "Little Peepers" preschoolers surveyed the woods for holly trees today (at Holly's request). They found "42 big ones and 100s of babies!" And a raccoon skull! A pretty good morning in the woods!
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Seatuck Nov 27
A sobering read. If this causes you as much worry as it does us, please consider supporting Seatuck on this GIVING TUESDAY - you'll help our work to conserve...
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Seatuck Nov 22
Joined Stephane Perreault at dawn today for a bird survey of the Greentree Estate in Manhasset. Even with 20-degree temps it was great to be in the field with him. It's not just that he's an awesome birder, but also the...
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Seatuck Nov 18
Excited to host this wonderful film festival in February! Details coming soon.
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Seatuck Nov 6
Is your yard bumble bee friendly?
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Seatuck Nov 1
This clarifies confusion over the recent World Wildlife Fund report about the status of the planet's vertebrate populations. It's not that we've wiped out 60% of all...
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Seatuck Oct 30
With foliage season peaking on Long Island, here's some background on the reason for fall colors ...
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Seatuck Oct 21
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Seatuck Oct 21
Our 9th Annual Bats & Brews Benefit was a blast! Our biggest and best ever! A big THANK YOU to everyone who made last night possible, including our speakers (Maria Brown and Lexi Brown), The Decoys and our generous...
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Seatuck Oct 15
Good overview and update on efforts to promote "new lawn thinking" from around the world ..
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Seatuck Oct 13
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Seatuck Oct 5
Please join us Friday October 12 6-9 pm at the Snapper Inn for some delicious oysters and good times!
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Seatuck Sep 27
Young girl meets young turtle. These chance encounters are so valuable in developing a connection to nature - and so much fun to watch!
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Seatuck Sep 23
This highlights a sad reality: our salt marshes, and the myriad species that rely on them, are already being impacted by sea level rise.
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Seatuck Sep 18
Finding the Next Sebasticook
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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!
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Seatuck Sep 10
Join us on Saturday as we celebrate our estuaries!
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