Long Island Natural History Conference
The Long Island Nature Organization organizes an annual conference taking place at Brookhaven National Laboratory. The Conference features a variety of presentations from Long Island's leading wildlife biologists and naturalists. It serves to identify research and management needs, to encourage a region-wide interest in Long Island's natural history including its wildlife and to provide folks with an opportunity to network and collaborate. The conference usually takes place in March. Be sure to visit the Long Island Nature Organization for more information.
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through Group for the East End
Or donate by sending a personal check in the mail to:
Group for the East End
P.O. Box 1792
Southold, NY 11971
(631) 765-6450, ext. 212
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