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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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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Penataquit Creek

The Penataquit Creek Revival is a long-term effort to improve the overall health of this Bay Shore stream and restore its role in the community.

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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

Bats & Brews Benefit

THANK YOU to everyone who made the 2020 Virtual Bats & Brews Benefit such a great success! We look forward to seeing everyone next year for the in-person (fingers crossed!) 2021 Bats & Brews!

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Penataquit Planting Days!

Join Seatuck and the First Baptist Church of Bay Shore for a series of work days as we remove invasives and plant native species in the ongoing effort to restore the Penataquit.

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