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Save the Date!

Earth Day Celebration
Saturday, April 18, 2015
11:00am to 3:00pm

Come and celebrate nature &

our lovely planet at the Quogue Wildlife Refuge

during this all-day affair! The day will include guided nature walks, live

animal presentations, crafts for children, environmental exhibitors, and

self-guided kayaking and canoeing on Old Ice Pond.

This free celebration is offered by Quogue Wildlife Refuge and

Eastern Long Island Audubon Society.

A great day for all ages! Check website for schedule of events.

No reservations necessary. Rain or shine.
Last Chance-Teen Scholarships Are Still
Available for Summer Camp

ELIAS is offering scholarships for three students in grades 7 through 12
to attend New York State Department of Conservation camps for one week.
Campers will choose between camps in the Adirondacks, Catskills, or western
New York State. Campers enjoy fishing, hiking, canoeing, volleyball, and
hunter safety training. Activities such as sampling streams for aquatic
life and hiking in the dark to listen to the sounds in the woods are designed
to bring conservation concepts to life.

More information about the camps is availabe at Search for teen camps. The candidate should be interested in the environment, and anxious to learn more. (Parents need not be ELIAS members, but the camper must live in Eastern Long Island.)

For more information and an application follow this link!