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The warm weekend prompted a few spring peepers out of their winter hibernating sites and into vernal ponds, where they were heard singing.

The warm weekend prompted a few spring peepers out of their winter hibernating sites and into vernal ponds, where they were heard singing.

Many gray seal pups born last month near Nantuckett have weaned and are on their own, leaving their moms free to mate this month.

Many gray seal pups born last month near Nantuckett have weaned and are on their own, leaving their moms free to mate this month.

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South Fork Outdoors

  • Publication: Southampton Press
  • Published on: Jan 13, 2020
  • Columnist: Mike Bottini
This past weekend was the biannual Montauk Natural History Weekend sponsored by the New York City chapters of the American Littoral Society (“littoral” as in “of, relating to, or situated... more

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