Meetings or Programs are held
at Quogue Wildlife Refuge
Directions to Quogue Wildlife Refuge, 3 Old Country Rd., Quogue, NY.
From LIE, Exit 70 take Rte 111 south to Rte 27, Sunrise Highway heading East. From Sunrise take Exit 64S, go south 2 miles on to CR 104 to Old Country Road. Turn right and go .7 miles to entrance on right.
From Riverhead, take 104 from traffic circle. Follow signs to Quogue. See directions above (CR 104 etc).
From Montauk Highway, go north on Old Main Road (one block west of traffic light in Quogue, east of Quantuk Creek). Cross LIRR. Entrance is straight ahead.
Weather Alert - If a meeting is canceled we will make every effort to leave a message on the answering machine at the Quogue Wildlife Refuge 653-4771 and notify members by email.
There is no charge to attend our programs. All are welcome.
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Plovers & Pipers, Oh My!
Presented by Mike Cooper
Took place on June 7, 2021
The Secret Life of the
Presented by Aaron Virgin
Took place on May 3, 2021
Envision Plum Island
Presented by Louise Harrison
Took place on July 12, 2021
Citizens Climate Lobby
Presented by E.C. (Tip) Brolin
Took place on August 2, 2021
Presented by Benjamin Van Doren
Took Place on Dec. 5, 2022
Monday Evening Programs
Monday Evening, April 3 at 7 pm
Be A Good Egg
Share the shore with nesting birds and their young
Coastal Program Associate for Audubon NY
Shelby will be presenting on Audubon New York's Be A Good Egg outreach program and reviewing outreach event training. Audubon New York has been running this program at beaches across Long Island with partner organizations since 2013. This presentation will cover Long Island beach nesting shorebirds, all sites involved in this work, the program's history, the importance shorebird stewardship and how the chapter can be involved. We will review outreach training and creating positive engagement with beachgoers during Be a Good Egg events.
Prior to her role with Audubon New York, Shelby worked with Audubon Connecticut as a seasonal Coastal Waterbird technician. She started her birding journey at Clarkson University studying Golden-winged Warblers population distribution in Northern New York where she graduated with a BS in Biology and focus on Environmental Science. Shelby oversees Audubon’s coastal bird conservation work on Long Island. She is trained in threatened and endangered species stewardship and monitoring, environmental education, and applied conservation. In 2022 she was awarded the Conservationist of the Year award for her shorebird work on Long Island by the Audubon CT/NY State office and is based at the Theodore Roosevelt Sanctuary & Center in Oyster Bay.
Monday Evening, May 1 at 7 pm
Gulls of Long Island
Join Kim Lato, a PhD student at Stony Brook University and native Long Islander to learn all about our native gull species. Gulls might pester you at the beach for your lunch, however these animals are a critical part of marine ecosystems. In this presentation, Kim will introduce you to the common gull species found on Long Island, where they nest, what they eat, and where they are going. Learn about GPS tracking data of these birds, and how our actions as humans can impact the behavior of these animals. This free program is co-hosted by Eastern Long Island Audubon Society and Quogue Wildlife Refuge.
Least Tern. Photo: Melissa Groo/Audubon Photography Awards