More than two-dozen species of waterfowl can be found in East End waters in fall, winter and spring. The Group for the East End invites you meet them all. Join them indoors at the Downs Farm Nature Center in Cutchogue to be introduced to the varieties of local ducks, geese and swans. Then head outside to several locations in Southold to observe waterfowl in the field. Reservations are required as space is limited to 12 participants. Program […]
Hike 1.5 miles of the Pine Barrens in search of the elusive Buck Moth, one of the East End’s most endangered wildlife. Perhaps you’ll see the Pine Warbler, Eastern Towhee, Red-breasted Nuthatch, Golden-crowned Kinglet and many other birds along the way. Hosted by the Group for the East End. For reservations or more information, please contact Aaron Virgin at 631-765-6450 ext. 218 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
At Shorecrest Bed and Breakfast in Southold, New York, keeping up with local events is imperative to our guests ultimate comfort and experience on Long Island. For this very reason, we keep a regular scheduled list of events available to our guests and views here on our BnB blog. Long Island Events Calendar If you check over to the right of this page where the arrows point, you will see that the top arrow shows Next Event, […]
News from Shorecrest Bed and Breakfast and the North Fork of Long Island: Winter and early spring special offers from Shorecrest Bed and Breakfast and beach house
Warm days in April are some of the best times to walk the trails of the Arshamomaque nature preserve on Chapel Lane in Greenport, Long Island, a two minute drive from the Shorecrest Bed and Breakfast on the way to Greenport village. The preserve is 51 acres, part of the Long Island Pine Barrens Maritime Reserve and listed for protection because of its exceptional scenic, biological and recreational resources and at this time of year […]
The North Fork Audubon Society is one of our favorite locations to bird watch on Long Island. Located in Greenport, New York this chapter of the National Audubon Society continues to maintain a diverse trail system which covers over 1 ½ miles of trails over 50 acres of land. The trails have a variety of terrain including woodlands, an inlet pond, trails along the beach of Long Island Sound, and a fresh water pond. Trails […]
Shelter Island is just a short Ferry ride from the village of Greenport, NY is a great place to watch birds and for biking. Just a short walk up the hill from the North Ferry dock you will find a Mobil station which provides bicycle rentals. Shelter Island is ideal for biking and we recommend a visit to Mashomack Preserve as it is a nature lovers’ delight. Mashomack Preserve is considered one of the richest habitats […]