SEMC Tracy Outreach (6)
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Maxx made a 'shocking' discovery, a Stargazer!

SEMC Tracy Outreach (11)
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Roxxi enjoying a sea star!

puffer fish
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Pufferfish

SEMC Tracy Outreach (2)
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Sea Robin

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Pufferfish

Seasonal Programs

Arctic Animals for Mini-Marine Biologists

(Ages 3-5 with 1 adult) Explore the frozen world of creatures that call the Arctic and Antarctic home. How do they do it! Make a cool craft with your preschooler to take with you! Space is Limited!!! Pre-Registration for all programs is required.

Sharks! ...for Mini-Marine Biologists

(Ages 3-5 with 1 adult) Explore the biology and ecology of these fascinating creatures, and learn about conservation efforts to save these misunderstood predators. Touch shark jaws, eggs, teeth, and other artifacts as you learn some fun facts about these top oceanic predators. Make an awesome shark tooth necklace to take home! Space is limited!!! Pre-registration required for all programs.

Fishy Facts for Mini-Marine Biologists

(Ages 3-5 with 1 adult) Come explore the world of fish in this interactive program and make a fun, fishy craft with your child to take home! Space is limited!!! Pre-registration required for all programs.

Jr. Marine Biologist

Looking for a unique way to spend time with your preschooler? Join us for a fun-filled two hours as you and your child learn about the marine environment. This very special program includes hands-on time with live marine animals, beach activities, and a craft. This is a great way to introduce your child to marine ecology! Space is Limited, pre-registration required!

So Many Mollusks!

Ever wonder what is a Mollusk? Well, come find out as we explore the amazing world of sea snails, squid, clams and all their relatives. Touch these live creatures and discover what makes them so slick. Take home a slippery craft all your own! Space is Limited!!! Pre-Registration for all programs is required. This is a Drop-off Program.

Spring Beach Walk

Come and explore the beautiful sandy beaches of Long Island’s South Shore with us! We’ll look for marine creatures that call the salt marsh and barriers beaches home, and learn some fun facts about them. Make sure to dress for the weather as we’ll be walking outdoors for 1.5 hours. Weather permitting. This is a DROP-OFF program. Space is Limited!!! Pre-Registration for all programs is required.

Contact

Tracy Marcus
Marine Youth Education Specialist
tm353@cornell.edu
631-587-2873

Last updated May 5, 2022