Seatuck works to protect wildlife & restore habitat across Long Island.

By employing a multi-pronged approach to various wildlife conservation projects, and offering high quality environmental education opportunities for Long Islanders of all ages.

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Otter Watch

Otter Watch is a community science project that engages Long Islanders in the effort to monitor the range of river otters on Long Island. Click here to learn how you can participate!

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Community Science LI

Community Science LI is a monthly educational webinar series that highlights various community science opportunities around Long Island, and the importance of those projects in supporting conservation efforts.

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Wild & Scenic Film Festival

Created in 2003 by California’s South Yuba River Citizens League (SYRCL), the Wild & Scenic Film Festival promotes grassroots environmental activism through art and film. Each year, SYRCL curates the best in environmental documentaries, shorts, and adventure films for their flagship festival in Nevada City, California.

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After School Programs

Our exciting After School Naturalist Club provides students the opportunity to experience nature as it happens. This child-centered program allows for in-depth exploration of nature under the guidance of our outdoor educators.

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Vernal Pools

Seatuck recently launched the Long Island Vernal Pool Project, an island-wide effort to identify, map and safeguard these rare habitats and the unique assemblage of wildlife they support.

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Seatuck's education program exposes people to the diversity, beauty, and wonder of Long Island's natural world.

We offer a variety of public programs for pre-school children, students, adults, and families. We offer training for teachers and other professionals, including the Greentree Teachers’ Ecology Workshop. We provide private programs for schools, early child providers, scouts, businesses, senior centers, and a wide variety of other entities.

Upcoming Events

Community Science LI

Community Science LI is a monthly educational webinar series that highlights various community science opportunities around Long Island, and the importance of those projects in supporting conservation efforts.

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Wild & Scenic Film Festival

Created in 2003 by California’s South Yuba River Citizens League (SYRCL), the Wild & Scenic Film Festival promotes grassroots environmental activism through art and film. Each year, SYRCL curates the best in environmental documentaries, shorts, and adventure films for their flagship festival in Nevada City, California.

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Spring Lecture

Join Seatuck and the Four Harbors Audubon Society on April 28 for a special spring lecture by Deborah Cramer about the relationship between horseshoe crabs and red knots.

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