(RAIN DATE RESCHEDULED - DATE TO COME) 10 am - noon
Join Seatuck Environmental Association’s wildlife biologist Mike Bottini for a short hike in North Sea’s Elliston Park to the Alewife Dreen linking Big Fresh Pond with North Sea Harbor and the Peconic Estuary. This tidal creek hosts the largest Alewife (a type of river herring) run on Long Island. We will hopefully see this important fish as it moves up into Big Fresh Pond to spawn, and discuss its role in the freshwater, marine and terrestrial ecosystems as well as its life history and current conservation work to enhance and protect its populations.
To Benefit Environmental Programs:
The proceeds of the registration fee will go to support local environmental programs including the Hamptons Film Environmental Film Category: Air, Land and Sea https://hamptonsfilmfest.org/air-land-sea/ and Seatuck Environmental Association.
Please register the quantity in your group as we need to limit group size. Wear a mask please.
Directions will be emailed to the registrant email prior to the excursion.