Chris Lanning, arms raised in celebration, caught this 35-inch striper in three feet of water off of Shelter Island last week while fishing with his guide Brendan McCarthy.
Edward L. Shugrue III
The Riverhead Foundation biologists were alerted to the turtle’s predicament by the Montauk Coast Guard Station
I covered 65 miles of back roads between 8:30 and midnight without hearing so much as a single whip or chuck
A disturbing trend, and something to watch
Andrew Mark, 7, landed his first fish — a striped bass — on a spinning road he had just learned to use.
Capt. Ken Rafferty
Allan Weisbecker and his dog, Gus, are hitting the road in a new R.V.; he’ll document his travels on Banditobooks.com.
It doesn’t get much better than this surf session a Montauk crew experienced during a recent trip to northwestern Nicaragua. Pictures from the trip, along with work by other photographers, will be shown at the Atlantic Terrace in Montauk on Saturday. Justin Burkle
Almost all wild flora and fauna live today as they did thousands of years ago according to their respective circadian rhythms.
Strictly for the birds: A piping plover chick huddles near an unhatched egg.
At Two Mile Hollow Beach in East Hampton a family of deer watched on June 11 as a seagull attempted to snatch an osprey’s just-caught meal.
At the Nature Trail in East Hampton a mother mallard kept watch over her ducklings.Dell Cullum Photos
Schleifer’s sharp eyes espied some nervous water just off the Ditch Plain jetty
This beautiful weakfish was caught during an outing on the Moon Pie guided by Harvey Bennett of the Tackle Shop in Amagansett. On board were the light-tackle anglers James Hudgins, J.P. Harrell, and Oliver Saul, who caught it.
A mako shark appeared to be overseeing its dressing during the first shark tournament of the season held from the Star Island Yacht Club on Friday and Saturday. Russell Drumm
No matter how well we think we are prepared, there will be hell to pay
God help us
Capt. Ken Rafferty displayed a hefty bluefish angled from Gardiner’s Bay last week by a proud-looking Gretchen Mannix.
Now is the time to begin looking for them, photographing them, but not picking them
Among the South Fork’s very rare orchids is the dragon’s-mouth orchid, Arethusa bulbosa, which grows in the peaty top of Montauk’s ocean bluffs.
The stripers were indeed large, perhaps the same body of fish witnessed around North Haven’s South Ferry slip last week