Where else can you find a cranberry bog in the shadows of a pitch pine forest and a stone’s throw from heathlands and dunes?
Over the last two centuries pitch pines have marched out onto Napeague from the rest of Amagansett.
David E. Rattray
This year’s Shark’s Eye tournament will be held from the Montauk Marine Basin on July 18 and 19
This bluefin tuna was angled by Matt Heckman, above, with Oliver Saul at the helm approximately eight miles from Montauk while trolling the C.I.A. grounds last week.
Paul Stern finessed a shark’s soft landing during last year’s no-kill shark tournament held from the Montauk Marine Basin. The Marine Basin’s 2015 no-kill tournament will take place on July 18 and 19. Russell Drumm
It was a perfect night to go out and scour the woods and fields for whippoorwills
The small screen displayed a very big white shark taking bushel basket-sized bites from a dead and floating humpback whale
In the Montauk SurfMasters Spring Shootout tournament that ends on July 4, Gary Krist remains in first place with a 42.08-pound striper.
I had finished doing my annual end-of-spring gypsy moth and groundcover monitoring for 2015
Milkweed flowers were in abundance in the Long Pond Greenbelt Monday along with cowwheats, wood sorrels, whorled loosestrife, Canada and bushy frostweeds, wintergreen, and dogbane.
“Don’t worry, we’ve got you.”
Retiring after 21 years of service, Senior Chief Petty Officer Jason Walter, above, of the Montauk Coast Guard Station handed the helm to incoming Senior Chief Petty Officer Eric Best last week.
Regional floras and the native insects they host evolve together
A mature tent caterpillar munched on a shad leaf in Montauk on Sunday.
The moon that became fulsome on June 2 lighted up the night fishing big time.
Glenn Grothmann of Montauk, a k a the Sandman, caught this hefty 51.68-pound striped bass on Friday.
A warning to stop the killing of one’s fellow man
Fishermen plied the waters of Fort Pond in Montauk last month.
Sunday is National Beach Safety Week