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2018 Long Island Natural History Conference

Press materials, schedules, abstracts, and bios are here

Here is the poster for the Conference: pdf     jpg


Previous Conferences and Events


2017 Long Island Natural History Conference

Here is the poster for the Conference

Press materials, schedules, abstracts, and bios are here


2016 Long Island Natural History Conference

Download the complete schedule here: (pdf)

Download Abstracts & Bios here: (pdf)

Download the press release here: (doc)

Download background info here: (doc)


THIRD ANNUAL LONG ISLAND NATURAL HISTORY CONFERENCE

     Download the Schedule here: (.docx) (.pdf)

     Download Abstracts & Bios here: (.docx) (.pdf)

     Download announcement here: (.pdf)

About Long Island Nature Organization.pdf


JANUARY COYOTE TRACK & SIGN WORKSHOP

Download announcement here: (.docx)


FALL 2014 FIELD NATURALIST COURSES: The Walking Dunes

Download announcement here: (.doc) (.pdf)


FALL 2014 WILDLIFE TRACK & SIGN WORKSHOPS

Download announcement here: (.doc) (.pdf) (.html)

Newsday's Coverage of earlier sessions is here (pdf) (link).

Mike Bottini's column is here.


Second annual Long Island Natural History Conference 6 December 2013

Announcement.pdf

Announcement.docx

LINHC_schedule.pdf

LINHC_schedule.docx

2013 LINHC Poster


About the first Natural History Conference:

Background on the origins of the first LI Natural History Conference here.

Newsday piece on Mike Bottini's river otter field trip here.