Lecturer: Matthew R. Burne, Conservation Director, Walden Woods Project
Hosted by the South Fork Natural History Museum, with permission from the Long Island Nature Organization.
Please join us for a viewing of an interesting 40-minute lecture that was given at last year’s Long Island Natural History Conference. It’s no secret that SoFo loves salamanders, and we are committed to teaching about their natural habitats. This lecture explores the ins and outs of vernal pools, on which our native salamanders depend. This lecture is very informative; it will be especially helpful if you are planning on joining us in the evening for our salamander searches this month, listed below. This talk is free to the public.
Saturday, March 3rd 7:30pm – Blue-spotted Salamander Search
Saturday, March 10th 7:30pm – Blue-spotted Salamander Search
Saturday, March 17th 8pm – Spotted Salamander Search
See full calendar information under the date of each walk.
Advance reservations are required for all events. For more information, reservations, and directions to meeting places, please call: (631) 537-9735.