Friday, Oct. 12, 7:30 p.m.: ‘Wildlife of Madagascar’ presented by North Fork Audubon at Peconic Landing auditorium, 1500 Brecknock Road, Greenport. Join Dr. Bill White, the newest serving Audubon board member, for this presentation of photographs of unique flora and fauna he took on a trip with friends to the “eight continent.” Includes lemurs, birds, chameleons, insects, baobab trees and the fosa, the largest living indigenous land mammal in Madagascar. Free. Information: 516-526-9095, email@example.com.
Friday, Sept. 28, 4 p.m.: Nature’s journal with John Hozapfel at Peconic Landing auditorium, 1500 Brecknock Road, Greenport. John’s monthly series consists of a little science, lots of pictures and a discussion of nature’s activities for the month. Free. Information: peconiclanding.org.
4 p.m.: Nature’s journalat Peconic Landing Theatre, 1500 Brecknock Road, Greenport. Join John Holzapfel for a little science, lots of pictures and a discussion of nature’s activities for the month. Free. peconiclanding.org.
EJ Camp shooting at Trumans Beach in Orient (Credit: Monique Singh-Roy)
Editor’s note: We are republishing our favorite stories of 2015.
Photographing the North and South Forks of Long Island should be second nature for renowned photographer EJ Camp. After all, she’s been photographing the waters off the East End for over 30 years.
“I used to summer in Bellport, then I visited a client in Beixedon Estates in Southold and decided that day I was moving to the North Fork,” said Camp, who now lives in Orient in a house overlooking the water.
If you don’t know her name, you know her work. (more…)
But let us not forget: the North Fork still remains a beautiful place, even among the cold, snow and ice. In fact, sometimes all that makes the area even more pretty. And luckily, we have Instagram and Flickr to prove it.
Check out these beautiful skylines taken from across the North Fork over the past couple of months. (more…)