Welcome to CCE Marine Digital Education Initiative!
CCE Marine is committed to continually offer free digital education materials. We are underway working on fresh ideas and creating an even better interactive experience for your digital learning needs! While we're busy focusing + creating content for our new Digital Education Initiative website, please visit our various social media pages for updates and activities.
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Here are the topics we've discussed in these past few weeks:
A North American raptor with the ability to dive to catch fish, the Osprey is a common sight along Long Island shorelines early spring through fall.
The Alewife is an anadromous fish. Although it spends most of its life in saltwater, the alewife migrates upstream to spawn in freshwater.
Learn more about this fascinating bivalve mollusk! This filter feeder feeds on algae.
The lined seahorse is a unique species of fish native to Long Island waters, specifically in eelgrass beds.
Enrichment activities for your family to learn about the importance of Water Quality on Long Island.
Marine Program Outreach Manager
631-727-7850 x 329
Last updated September 16, 2020