Share Your Signs of Spring with CEED …
Spring is just around the corner on Long Island. In sunny spots, crocuses and daffodils are already coming up. Look closely at the ends of many tree branches and you’ll see flower or leaf buds. We’re seeing birds we didn’t see a few weeks ago, and hearing the first mating songs.
What signs of spring have you seen: birds, plants, other animals?
Don’t forget that on Saturday, March 19, we’re going to hold our Virtual Vernal Equinox Festival. Join us on Instagram Live for a celebration of spring with five-minute spots from different locations around Long Island. We’ll begin at Montauk State Park at 7:00 a.m., and end at CEED at 7:00 p.m. See how many locations you can guess!
We regretfully announce that we are cancelling the Fall Festival, due to the likelihood of extreme weather on Saturday. However, we have rescheduled Cuban and Puerto Rican musical artists Mambo Loco to perform at CEED on Saturday, October 7 for a FREE concert. We...
It's migration season for birds in our area. Check out the National Fish and Wildlife Service post below, which is based on Birdcast, a service of the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, New York State's world-renowned center for the study of birds, forecasts tonight to be a...
Sunday, October 8 · 11am - 1pm Celebrate the glory of trees in fall with artist, Jennifer Lucas. She'll lead you in an afternoon of examining, sketching, and painting fall leaves. Register below ...Recent postsBack to blog home >>Anyone can volunteer. Even you!
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