First Annual Long Island Natural History Conference


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2012 Conference Host

Brookhaven National Laboratory

2012 Conference Sponsors

Adirondack Mountain Club
Long Island Chapter

American Littoral Society

Central Pine Barrens Commission

Leslie Clarke

Coastal Research and Education Society of Long Island

Cornell Cooperative Extension of Suffolk County Marine Program

East Hampton Trails Preservation Society

Foundation for Ecological Research in the Northeast

Friends of the Bay

Friends of Wertheim

Group for the East End

Harbor Publishing

Huntington-Oyster Bay Audubon

Long Island Greenbelt Trails Conference

The Nature Conservancy

North Fork Audubon

Peconic Baykeeper

Peconic Land Trust

Pine Barrens Society

Quogue Wildlife Refuge

Sierra Club Long Island Group

South Fork Natural History Museum

2012 Sessions

Video

Long Island’s River Otters
Mike Bottini

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Natural History of Brookhaven National Laboratory
Tim Green

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Video

Thirty Years of Marine Mammals and Sea Turtles Around Long Island
Rob DiGiovanni

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Biodiversity and Ecological Potential of Plum Island, NY
Matt Schlesinger

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Strange Times for Jamaica Bay Terrapins
Russell Burke

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Video

Horseshoe Crab Monitoring in New York State's Marine District and Interactions with Migratory Shorebirds in Moriches Bay
Matt Sclafani

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Video Changes to Our Flora and Fauna
Peter Alden
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Video

Jamaica Bay: An Urban National Park
Don Riepe

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Video

Bird Migration on Long Island
Shai Mitra

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Lifestyles of East Coast Butterflies
Rich Cech

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Atlantic White Cedar: Its Historical and Current Status on Long Island
John Turner

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The Long Island Alewife: Biology, Ecology and Restoration
Byron Young

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A Frog’s Tale: The Story of a Long Island Extinction and Its Unexpected Role in the Discovery of a New Species of Leopard Frog (Anura ranidae) in the Urban Northeast
Jeremy Feinberg

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Video Wrap-up: Open Discussion  

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