Walk Leader: Miles Todaro, South Fork Natural History Museum Environmental Educator
Long Island’s beaches are one of its most popular summer destinations. Wild animals and people alike love to bask on the sandy shores and cool down in the waves. But how does this iconic local habitat change for the winter months? Join Miles for a walk along one of our local beaches to learn all about the winter ecology of our shorelines. Let’s go see what the tide brought in!
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