About Terrapin Watch
Terrapin Watch was established in 2020 to engage community volunteers in recording terrapin sightings with the goal of identifying and safeguarding important nesting areas.
2021 Terrapin Watch Survey Coming Soon!
To view the 2020 survey results, navigate through our interactive map below!
The horseshoe crab (Limulus Polyphemus) has been around practically unchanged for over 450 million years, categorizing it as a “living fossil”. These fascinating creatures aren’t actually crabs at all, as they don’t fall under the subphylum “crustacea,” which includes blue crab, spider crabs and other true crabs.
In addition to our work at Penataquit Creek, Bellmore Creek and West Brook, Seatuck has been involved in connectivity and restoration efforts across Long Island over the past decade as part of the River Revival Project. The following are some examples highlight the extent of this work.