Monthly Archives: November 2016

Southampton has a bit of a past when it comes to a now forgotten lighthouse. A lighthouse that was once part of the tallest lighthouse’s in the Eastern Seaboard as well as the nation. ┬áTake a look into the Shinnecock Bay Lighthouse that once stood, guiding ship’s and filling the void between Montauk Point and […]

What’s a rare sight for Long Islanders? If you answered a humpback whale then you would be correct. This week just that had happen! Reports of a humpback whale being spotted have been popping up on the internet this week as a whale made its way into the Moriches Bay in search of bunker fish. […]

Today (Tuesday, November 1, 2016) the Wertheim National Wildlife Refuge (otherwise known as NWR) will be going through a multi-faceted salt marsh resiliency project. The refuge will have government contractors working till April of 2017 on the south end of the Carmans River which runs through the refuge. In order to improve the tidal exchange […]