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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LI Coastal Bioblitz

The Long Island Coastal Bioblitz is hosted by Seatuck Environmental Association, Long Island Sound Study, Peconic Estuary Partnership, South Shore Estuary Reserve, New York Sea Grant and Long Island Invasive Species Management Area. One of the goals of the island-wide

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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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Summer Programs

Seatuck’s summer programs are based at the South Shore Nature Center in East Islip. During these programs our experienced staff of naturalists and teachers guide the students through nature, weather, and other environmental topics, all while exploring the outdoors in a playful way. These programs are perfect for children with an interest in nature, animals, plants or the environment. Most of our students return year after year…come and see why! There are two options based on age.

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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.

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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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Community Science Projects

Community Science Also known as “Citizen Science” To promote inclusivity and accessibility, Seatuck is now using the term “community science,” as well as “citizen science,” when referring to our conservation projects. While citizen science recognizes the individual and unstructured nature

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LI Coastal Bioblitz

The Long Island Coastal Bioblitz is hosted by Seatuck Environmental Association, Long Island Sound Study, Peconic Estuary Partnership, South Shore Estuary Reserve, New York Sea Grant and Long Island Invasive Species Management Area. One of the goals of the island-wide

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