Seatuck Works to Conserve Wildlife and Restore Habitat on Long Island
We advocate for wildlife and advance conservation projects, engage citizen scientists in wildlife research, and offer high-quality environmental education opportunities for Long Islanders of all ages.
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Penataquit Creek, in the hamlet of Bay Shore, is a part of the Town of Islip’s Great Cove Watershed and a tributary of the Great South Bay. Like many Long Island streams, it suffers from multiple impoundments, numerous road crossings and the extensive encroachment of development.
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.