Stopping in at Wild Bird Crossing
The comings and goings of birds to and from a feeder can provide endless hours of entertainment in the winter months.
New Year’s Eve was the day of the Orient bird count
Cedar Point lighthouse is also known as the Cedar Island Lighthouse.
The nub of my everyday life revolves around prodigious note taking — two to three sides of lined paper each day
We should never take water for granted
The fish kill of menhaden experienced at Southampton Town’s Shinnecock Canal may have been one of the largest in American history
Were the dolphins spotted by the docks of Sag Harbor the other day there to feed on bunker?
An Eden of East Hampton
The small north part of Hook Pond, separated from the south by Dunemere Lane, is bordered by the best and most diverse freshwater wetlands of any that surround the pond.
In the last 10 years, bald eagles have become regulars on Long Island
This immature bald eagle, photographed a few days ago in Montauk, appears to be the same one released back into the wild in August by the Evelyn Alexander Wildlife Rescue Center in Hampton Bays. The clue: It is missing a toe.
Seapoosed ponds have two distinct habitats at different times of the year — one tidal, one brackish
At least for me, the 2016 fishing season is over
Saturday was a good day for Fred Abatemarco, who showed off one of the many stripers he caught on Fort Pond Bay.
This past Monday I took one of those trips to see what has transpired and what might transpire