Wildlife Track and Sign Workshop – May 14, 2016

Trackers investigate the small trail of a diamondback terrapin hatchling. 
Larger turtle track lacking a drag mark of the plastron – likely a snapping turtle.
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A diamond back terrapin hatchling made an appearance. 
Shorebird tracks of a willet, showing partial webbing between toes 3 and 4.
Measuring the willet track length – not including the 1st toe.

2016 Nature Adventure and Water Safety Camp Registration

2016 Nature Adventure and Water Safety Camp Registration is open!

Early registration discount available until May 1. 

This unique program combines marine and beach ecology, wildlife tracking, water safety and paddling skills on the East End.  Students (ages 9-15) will explore the flora and fauna of the beach and marine environments using snorkel gear, seines, kayaks, and standup paddleboards.  The course will also cover water safety, reading ocean currents and rip tides, as well as ocean swimming, surfing, bodyboarding, and bodysurfing.

Led by Ocean-Certified Lifeguards and Wildlife Biologists
Mike Bottini  & Juliana Duryea

Session 1:  July 25–28 (4 classes; rain date July 29Description: hulimacphotos:EEEV Photos/Cards:OtterHeadSketch#1.jpg)
Session 2:  August 8–11 (4 classes; rain date August 12)
10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Locations: Georgica Beach (East Hampton Village) and Northwest Creek, East Hampton.
Fee Per Session (includes all equipment): $400 per camper; $360 for LINO members; $340 for registrations received before May 1.


More information and great photos of past camps available here.

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