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Conference Video now available here

Thanks to the 97 participants who took the time to give us valuable feedback. The comments are extensive and interesting. You can find a summary here (pdf).

Wildlife Track & Sign Workshops

By all accounts, the March and May workshops were a great success, and oversubscribed. We're planning more sessions for the Fall.

Read Mike's column on the March workshops here. (Lots of pics!)

Read the Newsday article here.

Field Naturalist Course

The first two sessions of Mike Bottini's Field Naturalist Course in June were successful. We'll be planning more sessions of this unique and essential introduction to Long Island's varied ecosystems. Join our mailing list to be informed.

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Long Island Nature Organization, Inc. is a 501(c)3 corporation. Our IRS tax-exempt ID is 31954. All contributions are tax-exempt to extent provided by law.


If you would like to support our work, check out the list of current projects above.