SEA offers a variety of free or low-cost activities to explore and better understand our island’s environment. Residents and visitors are welcome! SEA strives to provide knowledgeable guides for such activities as shore walks or hikes to better understand our native flora and fauna; visits to the endangered bird rehabilitation program; organic farm visits; star-gazing; and snorkeling trips, to name just a few. If you would like to know more about SEA activities, volunteer as a guide or make suggestions, just email or call SEA at 340-773-1989.
December 10, 9:00 -11:00am – Sandy Point National Wildlife Refuge is known for the many sea turtles that nest there every year, but did you know that there are many other interesting plants and animals that make the refuge their home? Spend a morning with Claudia Lombard, refuge biologist, and Jennifer Valiulis, SEA education coordinator, learning about the natural history of this unique Caribbean refuge. Free for SEA members and children, $10 for non-members. Call (340) 773-1989 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for information and registration.