– Penni Sharp, President
Now that the long winter is behind us and thoughts of the polar vortex thankfully fade, our attention turns to the most welcomed season—spring.
The Museum has commissioned a new plan to bring our unfinished second floor into more active use as a reference/research area for visitors and as a site for programming of all types.
by Penni Sharp
On any sunny spring or summer day, anyone passing by one of Fishers Island’s freshwater ponds may catch a glimpse of turtles basking on an exposed rock or fallen tree.
by Rob Bierregaard
While trapping Ospreys on Fishers Island this spring, we had a chance to hold three Osprey eggs in our hands and to marvel at the beauty of their design.
Edwin and Charlie are polar opposites as far as behavior goes. Edwin has been the consummate wanderer, Charlie, on the other hand, is a dedicated mate.
by Pierce Rafferty
It may come as a surprise to many that for much of its fabled history Fishers Island was an absentee-owned rental property.