The number of large sharks being caught and seen relatively close to shore has folks wondering
Chris Yates, left, caught this 185-pound (dressed weight) big-eye tuna from Capt. Peter Brancaleone’s Fish On boat on Sunday with the help of mate Peter Brancaleone Jr. The tuna was weighed in at the Star Island Yacht Club.
"The sport is the fastest growing water sport in the world"
The paddles were mainly on the right on the way out to the first mark.
We listened to the night music of tree crickets, katydids, whippoorwills, and barking dogs.
If the economy keeps sinking, those with gardens, those who keep chickens and know how to fish will get by and those who don’t will be dependent on those who have roosters crowing next door.
A must-have T-shirt
Many naturalists and ecologists have contributed much to the idea of supplanting lawns with habitat gardens
With an adult nearby, a piping plover chick stretched its downy wings near its sandy nesting area.
Porgies seem to be getting larger and larger
Mason Cohen of Water Mill greeted a porgy up close and personal during an outing provided by the Flying Point Surf School’s fish camp last week.
Ava Locks Photo
Earn a New York boating certificate
an exquisite collection of Indian artifacts, taxidermied animals, wampum shells, dioramic paintings, costumes, and other items
A robin seemed perplexed to find a young osprey in its neighborhood off Osborne Lane.
The hunting strategy of many species involves hanging in a protected spot
On July 11, the Montauk Chamber of Commerce went offshore for its annual Take a Kid Fishing for Free program. There will be repeat trips in August. Kids fish free, parents or caregivers pay $10.
Throughout June I had seen several of these pretty light green vocalists