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The Re-Wilding of Long Island

May 20, 6 pm7 pm.
Free

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An amazing variety of wildlife not seen for years are slowly returning to Long Island. Species like coyote, bald eagle, river otter and river herring are making a comeback and have been spotted by scientists and residents alike. Join the Peconic Land Trust and Seatuck Environmental Association for a fascinating conversation to learn more. Panelists are Wildlife Biologist Mike Bottini, Conservation Policy Advocate Emily Hall of Seatuck, Wildlife Biologist Kelly Hamilton of NYS DEC, and Enrico Nardone, Executive Director of Seatuck. Moderator is Wildlife Conservation Policy Program Coordinator Arielle Santos of Seatuck.

Free! Registration is required to receive the Zoom link. For more information and to reserve, visit www.PeconicLandTrust.org.

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