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Join us on the first Monday of the month for our public program!
Eastern Long Island Audubon Society is a Chapter of the National Audubon Society serving the communiites from Patchogue to Montauk along the South Shore of Long Island, including western Riverhead, Brookhaven, Southampton and East Hampton.


Check out our recorded programs on the program page. 

Some of our Zoom programs 
were recorded 
and are available on our 
program page. 

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Bird Walks

We are asking that you register for 
these walks in case of changes.


Saturday, May 28 meet at 8:30 am 
Manorville Hills
Led by Rosemary Valente & Suzi Stewart
Register with Rosemary by phone or text to 631-882-2464


Saturday, June 11 at 8 am
Eric Salzman Memorial Walk at SOFO 
(South Fork Natural History Museum) 

After the ELIAS walk in the morning you are invited to stay for 
Dragonfly Day Festival from 10 am to 4:00 pm

Register for the walk by calling the Museum (631) 537-9735‬.
Both are free to attend. 

Monday, June 6 at 7:00 pm 
Live Program - 
Update on the NYS Breeding Bird Atlas


It’s hard to believe we already have two years of wonderful atlassing data under our belt, but the next three years will go quickly. This talk will give an update on what we have accomplished and where we are going, and is for anyone who is involved in the atlas or is curious about results so far.


Brendan Fogarty is a native Long Islander who has been birding and participating in local conservation for twenty years, several of which from the board of Huntington-Oyster Bay Audubon ad the New York State Ornithological Association. He is a regional coordinator for the Third New York Breeding Bird Atlas for Long Island and New York City.

This program will be at Quogue Wildlife Refuge in the Nature Center.