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My real sadness comes from seeing all the trees that took a beating – and worse – all the trees that will ultimately be cut down now.
The recent quarantine caused families to cut back on outings, keeping children inside. Summer is perfect for getting outside to enjoy all that nature offers.
Birds are barometers of change. Their close relationship with plants and insects allow them to tell us when things are changing in our environment.
These birds are cavity nesters. They nest in natural tree hollows or those tree-holes abandoned by woodpeckers. Dead trees, called snags, are an ideal habitat.
In the beginning of February of this year, Great South Bay Audubon Society received a donation from The Ladies Auxiliary of the Bayport Fire Department in memory of Grace Shand.
The Osprey have kicked out the Bald Eagles who took over their nest in the Sayville cell phone tower. Don’t know where they went, but an Eagle has been seen in my neighborhood.