We hope everyone has been enjoying this particularly nice fall. Below are the details for Mike’s last group paddle of the year (this Saturday…forecast looks good).
Saturday, October 19, 2013 · 10 am – Noon
Sponsored by the South Fork Natural History Museum
Mike will lead you on this leisurely paddle to learn about the history and, this time, the fall ecology of “Bonac Creek.” You’ll travel along this very scenic estuary, bordered by extensive salt marsh, and teeming with marine life and birds. Wear shoes that can get wet. Single kayaks ($40), tandem kayaks and canoes ($60) and standup paddleboards ($50) are available to rent (and include life jacket) or bring your own kayak, canoe, or board.
Meet at Landing Lane.
To make a reservation for this program please call the South Fork Natural History museum at 631-537-9735.
Here are a few other dates to save for this fall:
– Sunday October 27 3pm Montauk Movie Theater. Join Surfrider Foundation for a viewing of the movie Shored Up and a discussion of coastal erosion issues with East Hampton Town Planner Marguerite Wolffsohn. Suggested donation: $5.
For info about the movie, visit http://shoredupmovie.com/
or to join Surfrider Eastern Long Island, visit http://easternli.surfrider.org/joinrenew/
– Tuesday November 5 (Election Day). Mike is running for East Hampton Town Trustee. Please help spread the word and cast a vote for Mike!
– Friday December 6
(all day). The 2013 Long Island Natural History Conference. Don’t miss this…we have a great program lined up. For info and registration, visit http://longislandnature.org/