This winter and spring, join the Riverhead Foundation for an educational tour of the seals on Long Island. Snap pictures of the harbor seal populations while learning about their biology and behavior.
Time: 11 a.m.
Duration: 4 hours
Ages: All Ages
Season: June – November
Doc: 111 Woodcleft Avenue
Join Captain Lou for Freeport Whale Watching
Did you know that Long Island is surrounded by amazing wildlife? Your favorite captain and fleet are happy to bring you on an unforgettable journey to view some of Long Island’s best wildlife, including whales, birds, and dolphins!
Join us on the Atlantic Pearl during the summer and fall months, when migration patterns bring whales to the New York coast. Our captain is skilled at finding the best whale and dolphin watching spots, so keep your cameras and binoculars at the ready. You don’t want to miss your chance to see these majestic creatures as they move through the waves and leap from the water. Pay attention to the captain and crew – you just might learn a thing or two about whales and other local wildlife along the way!
It’s often much colder on the ocean than on land, so remember to dress warmly. Bring a jacket, long pants, gloves, and anything else you may need to stay warm.
Explore the Long Island waters with us!