Anatomy and physical adaptations, various lifestyles of bats and
bats ecological importance to the planet.
Flying Fox photo by James Wainscoat
Description: Springtime brings Warblers! Those beautiful, vibrant birds and their wonderful songs. Join Dianne Taggart, long time LI birder as she talks about and shows photos of these colorful migrants and nests. Learn something new and brush up on your ID skills. Photo: Noah Browning Zoom Link: https://bit.ly/3vPo7VE Meeting ID: 865 8865 7506 Passcode: 090067 […]
Certainly, an exciting departure for Great South Bay Audubon, Lumiere Ballet, Long Island’s Premier Russian School and Apprentice Company will be presenting a live ballet interpretation of the M. Maeterlinck’s fairy play The Blue Bird. Bringing nature and art together in this classical ballet will show the wonderful inspiration that the natural world has on […]
Buddy Merriam and the Back Roads have been sharing their BlueGrass music with the world for over 40 years, throughout the United States and all the way to Scotland, England and Ireland. The Islip Arts Council is pleased to present the summer series in our parks and thanks Suffolk County Legislator Tom Cilmi and Anthony Piccirillo for making […]
Photo: Male & Female Mallard Ducks from nyc.gov Our speaker will be Joe Guinta. Joe has been birding in the NYC region for 30 years and is a birding instructor for the Brooklyn Botanic Garden. Ducks are the most fascinating birds to inhabit our waterways. Colorful plumage and delightful habits make them among the most desired […]
Photo: Long Island Nature Preserve by Frank Freni Our speaker will be Bob Labuski. Bob is an avid nature photographer capturing in photographs the beauty of the world that surrounds us. The presentation will show nature at its best. Flowers, trees, nature, habitats that make it possible for our feathered friends and animals to survive. […]