Wildlife Conservation

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Taxonomy Code: JD-1500.9600

Programs that are responsible for the conservation, protection, care and management of fish and wildlife resources and their habitats.

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Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
BUREAU OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENTBureau of Environmental Management is responsible for SEQRA review, environmental education, preservation of natural resources such as pine barrens, wetland, and habitats for endangered, threatened, and rare species.SuffolkBUREAU OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENTSUFFOLK COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH SERVICES-DIVISION OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY
CALEB SMITH STATE PARK PRESERVEProvides hiking, cross-country skiing, nature trails, fishing(freshwater and fly), refuge for wildlife, environmental educational programs and a place for people to develop an awareness and appreciation of the natural world. Events include junior angler fishing clinics and casting clinics.SuffolkCALEB SMITH STATE PARK PRESERVENEW YORK STATE OFFICE OF PARKS, RECREATION, AND HISTORIC PRESERVATION/LONG ISLAND REGION
CONNETQUOT RIVER STATE PARK PRESERVESeeks to protect and preserve natural habitat which is home to a variety of plant and wildlife including waterfowl, osprey and white-tailed deer. Preserve also offers 50 miles of hiking, horseback riding (by annual permit), cross country skiing and nature trails, as well as fly fishing (with permit). The 32 mile Long Island Greenbelt Trail passes through the preserve. A museum and gift shop are also part of the preserve. Call for further information, special events, and/or environmental programs.SuffolkCONNETQUOT RIVER STATE PARK PRESERVENEW YORK STATE OFFICE OF PARKS, RECREATION, AND HISTORIC PRESERVATION/LONG ISLAND REGION
DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENT AND WATERWAYSProvides detailed environmental analysis of all proposed projects and makes specific recommendations to the Town Board. Develops and implements environmental improvement and protection projects including erosion control, wildlife habitat improvement, drainage projects, shellfish seeding programs, woodland restoration, and public awareness programs on the need for recycling.SuffolkDEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENT AND WATERWAYSTOWN OF SMITHTOWN
FRIENDS OF WERTHEIM, INC.Dedicated to protecting, managing and appreciating Wertheim Wildlife Refuge and its surrounding areas. Supports wildlife-dependent recreational and educational activities. Also foster cooperative and mutually productive relationships between the Refuge and adjacent communities.SuffolkFRIENDS OF WERTHEIM, INC.FRIENDS OF WERTHEIM, INC.
LONG ISLAND NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE COMPLEXProtect and benefit wildlife on Long Island. Part of the National Wildlife Refuge system for the conservation, management and where appropriate restoration of the fish, wildlife, and plant resources and their habitats on Long Island. Comprised of eight National Wildlife Refuges and a Wildlife Management Area. Refuges include Target Rock National, Wertheim National, Elizabeth A. Morton National, Conscience Point National, Lido Beach National, Seatuck National, Oyster Bay National, Amagansett National, and Sayville National.SuffolkLONG ISLAND NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE COMPLEXLONG ISLAND NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE COMPLEX
MARINE MAMMAL AND SEA TURTLE STRANDING PROGRAM OF NEW YORKResponds to any whale, porpoise, dolphin or sea turtle stranding on Long Island or in New York State. Provides medical care/assistance to live animals, and eventually releases them back into the wild when possible. Conducts post-mortems on dead animals, collects tissue samples for research/analysis and prepares skeletal remains for educational institutions. Operates stranding hotline and whale/seal/sea turtle adoption program. Publishes informational brochure.SuffolkMARINE MAMMAL AND SEA TURTLE STRANDING PROGRAM OF NEW YORKRIVERHEAD FOUNDATION FOR MARINE RESEARCH AND PRESERVATION
OFFICE OF ECOLOGY-PECONIC ESTUARY PROGRAMPurpose is to protect and preserve significant estuaries which are threatened by pollution, development, or overuse. Part of the National Estuary Program, administered by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA).SuffolkOFFICE OF ECOLOGY-PECONIC ESTUARY PROGRAMSUFFOLK COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH SERVICES-DIVISION OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY
PARROT UNIVERSITYConducts workshops on parrot care featuring live pet birds, a Powerpoint presentation and free informational handouts. Offers programs for children-senior citizens, potential and current bird owners. Call for additional information.SuffolkPARROT UNIVERSITYTHE LONG ISLAND PARROT SOCIETY OF NEW YORK, INC.
SEAL OBSERVATION CRUISESOffers seal observation cruises throughout the winter from January through April. Cruises depart from Freeport and travel through Hempstead Bay.SuffolkSEAL OBSERVATION CRUISESRIVERHEAD FOUNDATION FOR MARINE RESEARCH AND PRESERVATION
WILDLIFE HOSPITAL AND EDUCATION CENTEROffers Wildlife Advisory Telephone on wildlife related questions, care of sick/injured wildlife brought to Rehabilitation Center and educational programs at schools, libraries, and Education Centers.NassauWILDLIFE HOSPITAL AND EDUCATION CENTERVOLUNTEERS FOR WILDLIFE, INC.
WILDLIFE REHABILITATIONFocuses on the conservation and preservation of Long Island wildlife. The major components of the STAR Wildlife Program include Wildlife Rehabilitation, Education Services, and Public Advisory Services. Call for more information.SuffolkWILDLIFE REHABILITATIONSAVE THE ANIMALS RESCUE (STAR) FOUNDATION

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