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Learn about Long Island’s most mysterious wildlife

this Thursday, April 8th on Zoom!

Tracking Coyotes on Long Island
Thursday, April 8th at 4:00 PM

Join presenter Mike Bottini, wildlife biologist with Seatuck Environmental Association, for this informative Zoom program. Mike will discuss the history of the coyote’s range expansion into the eastern U.S. and Canada, some notes on their ecology and behavior, their current status and distribution here on Long Island, and what other communities have learned about safely coexisting with this species. This free program is for all ages, pre-registration is required.

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Join our friends at Group for the East End as they host a delightful program on Long Island’s moth species captured through the lens of Southold based nature photographer Jay Rand. Jay is a full-time high school math teacher, former interpretive park ranger and naturalist with many years of experience and knowledge of local wildlife.

He will highlight the overlooked beauty and variety of moths, with an emphasis on night flyers. You will learn how moths are beneficial to the ecosystem and have incredible defenses such as camouflage, unmatched hearing and sonar jamming abilities.

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Quogue Wildlife Refuge

3 Old Country Rd.
PO Box 492

Quogue, NY 11959


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