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Enrico Nardone

Newsday Coverage of Mammal Survey

Long Island/Environment “LI minks, gray foxes, long-tailed weasels and skunks on survey’s look-for list”  NewsdayJanuary 27, 2023By Joan Gralla joan.gralla@newsday.com   It’s a Long Island paradox — despite ever-increasing development, a few species of wildlife are returning or even claiming new

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Emily Hall

Newsday Coverage: Rite of Passage

On May 6, 2022 Newsday published a story by Mark Harrington about river herring on Long Island. The article featured Seatucks’ efforts to restore river herring habitat.  Click here to read the story on the Newsday website and see Seatuck’s

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Enrico Nardone

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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Enrico Nardone

Press Release: Coyote Colonization Gathers Steam

    PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE December 1, 2020     Contact:   Arielle Santos, Policy Program Coordinator – 631-278-5601, asantos@seatuck.org Coyote Colonization of Long Island Gathers Steam ISLIP, NY: Coyotes are no longer just coming to our region,

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Emily Hall

World Fish Migration Day

October 24, 2020 is World Fish Migration Day, the annual global celebration of migratory fish and the rivers & streams that sustain them. Join us in celebrating!

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Enrico Nardone

Phrag Fight!

On Friday, October 2, Seatuck continued its effort to safeguard the rare riparian habitat that is taking hold at the site of the former West Brook Pond in Bayard Cutting Arboretum. While NYS Parks has yet to announce a final

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Enrico Nardone

Birding Challenge Results

The Seatuck Long Island Birding Challenge was held on Saturday, September 26. While it was the seventh edition of the annual event, it was a Birding Challenge like no other.

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Enrico Nardone

Newsday Opinion: Coyotes on Long Island

Is Long Island a New Habitat for Coyotes? Newsday – September 13, 2020 By Enrico Nardone Despite the trouble that wildlife is in around the globe, Long Island is in the paradoxical position of welcoming a new top carnivore: The

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Maureen Dunn

Intern Research: Microplastics

Leanna Balestra – “Presence and Distribution of Microplastics in Beach Sediment along the South Shore of Long Island” Microplastics are tiny bits of of plastic (<5mm diameter) that float in seawater then enter the food web to cause harm and

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