November Programs & Events!


Earth Yoga with Amy Hess

Wednesdays, 9:00 – 10:00 am

Join yoga instructor Amy Hess for a one hour class in the Nature Center. $15.00 per class. Pre-register and pre-pay online or by calling. Space is limited! Please note masks will be required as this is an indoor program.
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Illuminating the Value of Dark Skies (Virtual)
Thursday, November 4th at 4:00 PM

Join us for a conversation & Zoom presentation with Susan Harder, New York representative to the International Dark Sky Association and twenty year “Dark Sky” advocate and learn how and why to safely light the night while protecting wildlife, our health, and our view of the stars in the sky.
Register on Zoom

Saving Sea Turtles from Cold Stunning with

New York Marine Rescue Center (Virtual)
Saturday, November 6th at 2pm

The New York Marine Rescue Center (NYMRC) is offering free cold stun sea turtle lectures via Zoom for volunteers willing to patrol New York’s beaches in search of sea turtles in distress. The sooner these animals are found and reported to NYMRC, the higher their chance for survival!  A free program for adults and teens.
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Full Moon Night Hike
Tuesday, November 17th, 6:00 – 7:30 pm

Celebrate the full moon with a nighttime hike through the forest up to North Pond as we look and listen for nocturnal creatures, and enjoy some night vision activities under the light of the moon.  Reservations required at least 24 hours in advance.  A program for adults and families with children over 11.  $10.00/members, $20.00/non-members.
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Seed Sale Fundraiser Pickup!
Saturday, November 13th, 9 am to 2 pm

Thank you to everyone for pre-ordering your birdseed and for supporting Eastern Long Island Audubon Society and Quogue Wildlife Refuge through this annual fundraiser, thanks to the generosity of Eastport Feeds. Drive-thru curbside pickup at the Quogue Wildlife Refuge on Saturday, November 13th.

Traditional Talking Stick
Friday, November 19th, 4:00 PM – 4:45 PM

The talking stick is a tool used in many Native American traditions. It is passed from person to person as they speak, and only the person who has the stick may speak.  As we approach Thanksgiving, maybe you would like to bring a traditional talking stick to your family gathering? Come to the Refuge and create your very own. A program for adults, and for kids 8 and older (must be accompanied by an adult). $20 per person.

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Native American Blessing and Collaborative Art Project
Saturday, November 20th 10:00 AM

Join Shinnecock Nation tribe members for a blessing of our earth and a guided traditional dance that you can participate in, outside at Quogue Wildlife Refuge.  After the blessing and dance, we invite you participate in a collaborative art project by writing a message, wish, or note of gratitude on a branch which you can add to the giant nest installation at the Refuge. Free, RSVP below!


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Quogue Wildlife Refuge

3 Old Country Rd.
PO Box 492

Quogue, NY 11959



AAQ / Resource: Otis Ford, Since 1946, Quogue