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Sat 10 Dec
AMSEAS Beach Walk
Saturday, December 10, 2022 10:00 AM
Hallock State Park Preserve
Start your Saturday morning with a walk at Hallock State Park Preserve's pristine beach while you support marine conservation and learn about Long Island sea life. Scientists and volunteers from the Atlantic Marine Conservation Society lead our weekly beach walk. Along the way, we pick up marine debris and discuss current local issues of marine biology. At this time of year, we also keep an eye out for stranded, cold-stun sea turtles, so they may be rescued for rehabilitation. Along the way, you will learn how to collect relevant data and how to support marine conservation on your own. Participants of all ages are welcome. We meet at the Visitor Center, just off Sound Avenue, and then drive to the upper parking lot for a walk of about 1.5 miles. We provide trash pickers and buckets. Please bring you own gloves. Pre-registration is not necessary but suggested so that we may notify you if an event is cancelled due to severe bad weather. For more information: visit https://www.amseas.org/nightatocean or call the Park Office at (631) 315-5475.
Sat 17 Dec
AMSEAS Beach Walk
Saturday, December 17, 2022 10:00 AM
Hallock State Park Preserve
Start your Saturday morning with a walk at Hallock State Park Preserve's pristine beach while you support marine conservation and learn about Long Island sea life. Scientists and volunteers from the Atlantic Marine Conservation Society lead our weekly beach walk. Along the way, we pick up marine debris and discuss current local issues of marine biology. At this time of year, we also keep an eye out for stranded, cold-stun sea turtles, so they may be rescued for rehabilitation. Along the way, you will learn how to collect relevant data and how to support marine conservation on your own. Participants of all ages are welcome. We meet at the Visitor Center, just off Sound Avenue, and then drive to the upper parking lot for a walk of about 1.5 miles. We provide trash pickers and buckets. Please bring you own gloves. Pre-registration is not necessary but suggested so that we may notify you if an event is cancelled due to severe bad weather. For more information: visit https://www.amseas.org/nightatocean or call the Park Office at (631) 315-5475.
Sat 24 Dec
AMSEAS Beach Walk
Saturday, December 24, 2022 10:00 AM
Hallock State Park Preserve
Start your Saturday morning with a walk at Hallock State Park Preserve's pristine beach while you support marine conservation and learn about Long Island sea life. Scientists and volunteers from the Atlantic Marine Conservation Society lead our weekly beach walk. Along the way, we pick up marine debris and discuss current local issues of marine biology. At this time of year, we also keep an eye out for stranded, cold-stun sea turtles, so they may be rescued for rehabilitation. Along the way, you will learn how to collect relevant data and how to support marine conservation on your own. Participants of all ages are welcome. We meet at the Visitor Center, just off Sound Avenue, and then drive to the upper parking lot for a walk of about 1.5 miles. We provide trash pickers and buckets. Please bring you own gloves. Pre-registration is not necessary but suggested so that we may notify you if an event is cancelled due to severe bad weather. For more information: visit https://www.amseas.org/nightatocean or call the Park Office at (631) 315-5475.
Sat 31 Dec
AMSEAS Beach Walk
Saturday, December 31, 2022 10:00 AM
Hallock State Park Preserve
Start your Saturday morning with a walk at Hallock State Park Preserve's pristine beach while you support marine conservation and learn about Long Island sea life. Scientists and volunteers from the Atlantic Marine Conservation Society lead our weekly beach walk. Along the way, we pick up marine debris and discuss current local issues of marine biology. At this time of year, we also keep an eye out for stranded, cold-stun sea turtles, so they may be rescued for rehabilitation. Along the way, you will learn how to collect relevant data and how to support marine conservation on your own. Participants of all ages are welcome. We meet at the Visitor Center, just off Sound Avenue, and then drive to the upper parking lot for a walk of about 1.5 miles. We provide trash pickers and buckets. Please bring you own gloves. Pre-registration is not necessary but suggested so that we may notify you if an event is cancelled due to severe bad weather. For more information: visit https://www.amseas.org/nightatocean or call the Park Office at (631) 315-5475.
Sun 01 Jan
First Day Hike
Sunday, January 1, 2023 10:00 AM
Hallock State Park Preserve
Join the Atlantic Marine Conservation Society at Hallock State Park Preserve for a New Year's Day Hike during which we will watch for cold stunned sea turtles and collect any trash that has washed up on the beach. There will also be an opportunity to get a tour of the Emergency Response Trailer used by the Atlantic Marine Conservation Society to respond to sea turtles, dolphins, and whales that are reported stranded on Long Island beaches. We meet at the Visitor Center, just off Sound Avenue, and then drive to the upper parking lot for a walk of about 1.5 miles. We provide trash pickers and buckets. Please bring you own gloves. Refreshments will be provided.