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Coastal Research and Education Society of Long Island
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To promote and foster understanding and stewardship of coastal ecosystems through research and education
To promote and foster understanding and stewardship of coastal ecosystems through research and education

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Check out this video on YouTube:"Breachfest" CRESLI-Viking Fleet 2014 GSC trip Day 2. Join us this year 8/14-16. Go to http://cresli.org 

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Nice interview by Victoria Bonavita (Victoria's Amazing World). A very poised and accomplished young journalist and writer.

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We are so excited that our 2015 season starts on July 5, 2015. We will sail every Sunday, weather permitting through September 6. Whales have been sighted around Montauk for a while now - good omen! Come join us in Montauk at the Viking Landing.
You can get more information at http://www.cresli.org/cresli/wwinfo_inshore.html and make you reservations at http://www.vikingfleet.com/BookWhaleWatching/default.asp

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We are so excited that our 2015 season starts on July 5, 2015. We will sail every Sunday, weather permitting through September 6. Whales have been sighted around Montauk for a while now - good omen! Come join us in Montauk at the Viking Landing.  

You can get more information at http://www.cresli.org/cresli/wwinfo_inshore.html  and make you reservations at http://www.vikingfleet.com/BookWhaleWatching/default.asp

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Dr. Kopelman discusses the seals found along the Atlantic coast of Long Island. He has identified a number of long term visitors to the area. A fascinating talk on seal identification and viewing tips
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