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        LINHC

SIXTH ANNUAL LONG ISLAND NATURAL HISTORY CONFERENCE SCHEDULE
Berkner Hall Brookhaven National Laboratory

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Whales of New York City and the Return of the Humpback Whale
 Paul L. Sieswerda, President, CEO, Gotham Whale

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Atlantic Sturgeon: Life History, Management and Research
Kim McKown, New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, Marine Invertebrate and Protected Resources Unit Leader

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Long Island's Coastal Plain Ponds: A Unique Ecosystem Under Threat
Steve Young, Chief Botanist, New York Natural Heritage Program

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The Very Last Timber Rattlesnake
Ted Levin, naturalist and writer, author of “America's Snake: The Rise and Fall of the Timber Rattlesnake”

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New York Seagrass Conservation Activities
Soren Dahl, NYSDEC

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Restoring Oyster Reefs in Hempstead Bay: Methods, Results and Future Directions
James P. Browne Ph.D., Dept. of Conservation and Waterways, Town of Hempstead

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Conservation Updates:
     Bald Eagles
Kevin Jennings (NYSDEC)

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Conservation Updates:
     River Otters
Mike Bottini (L.I. Nature Organization)

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Conservation Updates:
     River Otters
Leslie Lupo (NYSDEC)

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Conservation Updates:
     Coyotes:
Frank Vincenti (Wild Dog Foundation)

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The Future of Brook Trout in Long Island: Long Term Thinking Christopher Aigner, President of Long Island Chapter of Trout Unlimited

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White-tailed Deer Biology and Monitoring Methods for Landowners
Sue Booth-Binczik Ph.D., NYSDEC

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Bat Conservation on Long Island and the Case of the Northern Long-eared Bat (Myotis septentrionalis)
Samantha Hoff, NYSDEC and SUNY Albany

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Conservation Updates:
   Diamondback Terrapins Russ Burke (Hofstra)

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Conservation Updates:
   White Sharks
Frank Quevedo (SoFo)

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Conservation Updates:
   Plum Island
Louise Harrison (Preserve Plum Island Coalition)

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Long Island’s Goatsuckers: Whip-poor-will, Chuck-will’s-widow, and Common Nighthawk
John Turner, Seatuck Environmental Association

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Tracking Spotted Turtles Over the Year
Mike Bottini, Long Island Nature Organization

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