EVENTS

WMNLI is happy to promote current, ongoing, and annual events from our partners. If you would like to feature an upcoming monitoring project or educational workshop, please reach out to (info@wmnli.org). Community Scientists with any questions related to these events should contact the organizers directly.

Diamondback Terrapins

Seatuck’s John Turner will explore the natural history of terrapins, then Nancy Grant from Friends of Flax Pond and Seatuck’s Arielle Santos will discuss how community scientists can get involved in helping safeguard critical nesting and foraging habitat for this

LI Coastal Bioblitz Webinar

The Long Island Coastal Bioblitz is brought to you by Seatuck Environmental Association, Long Island Sound Study, Peconic Estuary Partnership, South Shore Estuary Reserve, and Long Island Invasive Species Management Area. One of the goals of the island-wide bioblitz is

LI Coastal Bioblitz

The Long Island Coastal Bioblitz is brought to you by Seatuck Environmental Association, Long Island Sound Study, Peconic Estuary Partnership, South Shore Estuary Reserve, and Long Island Invasive Species Management Area. One of the goals of the island-wide bioblitz is

Eastern Coyote

Chris Nagy Ph.D., Director of Research and Education for Mianus River Gorge, and Co-founder of Gotham Coyote will discuss the colonization of Long Island by coyotes, and Seatuck’s Arielle Santos will review how community scientists can help track their population.

Bats of Long Island

What species of bats make Long Island their home? Is the population robust, or struggling with environmental and societal impacts, and what can you do to help? Please join us for a fascinating conversation about the state of our bat