Do You Know Long Island?
Test Your Knowledge During Our Virtual Vernal Equinox Festival – March 19, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
You can’t know Long Island without knowing its waters. You’re never more than 10 miles from saltwater on this more than 100-mile-long island. And there are more than 45 lakes and ponds, and nearly 20 rivers and streams! Plus, bays, coves, inlets … there’s no end.
Join us on Instagram Live to discover new places to enjoy the watery natural world on Long Island. We’ll be on for five minutes at the top of every hour from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. You can sign in for any or all. You’ll meet some of our staff and volunteers as they talk about their favorite places that make Long Island unique.
And join in our Water, Water Everywhere guessing game! See if you can guess where our hourly hosts are live-streaming from. You’ll test how well you know our island, and you may discover some amazing natural locations you didn’t know about. Join us!
Instagram Live. Starts at 7 a.m. and continues on the hour till 7 p.m.
I guess I’m the last one to tell his Saga for Giving Tuesday. My name is Frodo, and as you may have guessed from my photo, I’m a bullfrog. I’ve been one of Ranger Eric’s Animal Ambassadors for more than 10 years, if you can believe it! But no one is quite sure how old...
Dear CEED Friend, CEED has released hundreds and hundreds of northern bobwhite quail … so what’s my Giving Tuesday Saga and how did I, Robert Quail, end up living at CEED? Well, what I remember is that I felt like I never really got used to being in the woods. All the...
Dear CEED Friend, As one of the newest members of the team, I want to tell you my story. It’s a Giving Tuesday Saga of generosity towards animals in trouble. Sadly, my mother was hit by a car and killed. But a naturalist walking along the road wisely thought to check...
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