- Tools, Totems and Toys of the Corchaug Native People (Cutchogue)
Group for the East End and Tepee Ted from the Wilderness Traveling Museum will co-host this interesting program at Downs Farm Preserve. Participants will learn how the Corchaug people lived their daily lives using items made from animal skins, bones, shells, stone and wood. Lots of fun and hands-on demonstrations! Family friendly! A $5 family donation is requested. For reservations or more information, please contact Missy Weiss at email@example.com.
- Looking for Wildlife Great & Small (Cutchogue)
As summer turns to fall, it triggers diverse reactions from local wildlife. On this short nature walk through the Downs Farm Preserve we will keep an eye out for resident and migrating songbirds, look under logs for pill bugs and salamanders, and search for recent evidence of the deer rut. Binoculars can be helpful for this exploration. For reservations or more information, please contact Steve Biasetti at 631-765-6450 ext. 205 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Osprey: How the Fish Hawk Was Saved (Cutchogue)
Join Aaron Virgin at the Downs Farm Preserve for a talk (part presentation, part interpretive dance) on the history of Osprey on the East End. Come learn about the Osprey’s natural history, breeding preference on the North Fork, the movement to bring this iconic bird back from extinction, and the Group’s current work to study the 300+ breeding sites on Eastern Long Island. For reservations or more information, please contact Aaron Virgin at 631-765-6450 ext. 218 or email@example.com. (This event was originally scheduled for October 17.)
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