OUR YOUNG ENVIRONMENTALISTS SOCIETY (YES!) NEWSSOFO’s SHARK RESEA

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1 OUR YOUNG ENVIRONMENTALISTS SOCIETY (YES
OUR YOUNG ENVIRONMENTALISTS SOCIETY (YES!) NEWSSOFO’s SHARK RESEARCH EDUCATION PROGRAM NEWS Our YES! Group meets bi-weekly via Zoom. Click here to see the latest projects and activities!sofo.org/yes/ The sharks are back! Click here to follow the latest developments and upcoming shark tagging expeditions.sofo.org/ofos-shk-research-education-program/ We remain very appreciative of your support, and we look forward to welcoming you back to the Museum as soon as we can. Please watch for announcements on our social media pagfacebook.com/sofomuseuminstagram.com/sofomuseum, and feel free to email us at info@sofo.org so we can keep connecting as we all continue to explore our natural world and strive to raise environmental awareness by providing the inspiration and tools for all of us to become caring and responsible stewards of our planet. JULY CALENDAR JOIN / RENEW DONATE WEDNESDAY, JULY 29 Exploring Long Island’s Underwater World Program Presenter: Chris Paparo, the Fish Guy of Fish Guy Photos, is the Southampton Marine Science Center Manager at Stony Brook University’s School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences at its Southampton campusCHRIS PAPARO: FISH GUY There is a nominal fee for these programs. Please visit sofo.org/calendar/ for more details SOUTH FORK NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM SOFO) ear SOFO FamiliesFriends,Welcome to SOFO’s July 17 Bi-Weekly Newsletter! JOIN OUR BACKYARD WATCH CITIZEN SCIENCE PROJECT e are calling on all of our young environmentalists to observe and document nature awakening in your own backyards. We ask you to send us pictures of your ndings with the date you discovered them, and your name and any notes you would like to include. We are happy to feature observations sent in by our fellow environmentalists with details about the nature sightings they shared with us. Please send your photographs and notes toinfo@sofo.org Stay safe and be on the look out for Nature news in your backyard! SUBMITTED BY SANDRA HUNTERSUBMITTED BY JOHN VAN SICKLE SUBMITTED BY SANDRA HUNTER SOFO is happy to announce that, in line with the issuance of the latest State Executive Order, we are now able to oer our outdoor nature walks for up to twenty-ve (25) people, which includes our sta.Please note that we will at all times follow stringent six-feet distancing separation protocols required by the Department of Health for the safety of our participants and environmental educators.We will provide masks and gloves for all attendees. Please dress appropriately for tick protection. Please check our website calendar for more details about upcoming nature walks.ZOOM PRESENTATIONS EYED CLICK BEETLE(Alaus oculatus) This striking insect is an Eyed Click Beetle. The Click Beetle family has some very interesting parts to their thorax and abdomen that helps them ip over when stranded on their backs. The resulting sounds and sudden ips are also thought to startle predators. The Eyed Click Beetle is the largest member of the family that is found in eastern North America, with an average size of 1 ¼ inches but as small as ¾ inch up to 1 ¾ inches. Their larva live in decaying wood and prey on other beetle larva feeding on the wood. The adults feed on nectar and plant juices.ROBIN’S CARPENTERWORM(Prionoxystus robiniae) This moth is a Robin’s Carpenterworm, listed as widespread but uncommon from early mid-spring to late mid-fall. The caterpillars bore into the wood of living deciduous trees such as locust (named for