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Congressman Tim Bishop
Tim Bishop represents New York’s First Congressional District which spans the eastern end of Long Island from Smithtown to Montauk Point. A lifelong Long Islander, he is proud of his record of hard work and effective constituent service. He works seven days a week and has hosted more than 100 Town Hall meetings throughout his district. He was first elected to Congress in 2002, and has been re-elected by strong majorities ever since.

Double D Bar Ranch
No-kill animal rescue specializing in rescued farm animals. Housing, food, veterinary care provided for rescues with the intention of preparing animals to be adopted to forever homes. You can sponsor a pet that stays at the rescue, and your help provides food and care for it. Volunteers always welcome.

Eastern Long Island Audubon Society, Inc.
Our vision is to be an inspiration for all of those who feel a sense of kinship for Long Island by instilling in the local community a renewed wonder and appreciation for the natural world, and thereby a commitment to be, forever, stewards and protectors of the environment we call home.

New Leash Animal Rescue
Fostering rescue animals until they can be adopted.

Save the Forge River Inc.
Community service, environmental protection and restoration, education

Wertheim National Wildlife Refuge
Long Island National Wildlife Refuge Complex Visitor Center and Wertheim National Wildlife Refuge are open to the public, free of charge. The public can pursue high quality educational displays, hiking, photography, and environmental education opportunities. Please contact the office for specific information.

Wilderness Visitor Center at Fire Island National Seashore
Provides interpretive programs and guided tours, educational programs, beachcombing, hiking, saltwater fishing, wildlife viewing, wilderness camping, waterfowl hunting.



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