Two Osprey were spotted on Middle Farms nest April 10, 2021 by Richard Marshall.
The U.S. Lighthouse Service & Women Lighthouse Keepers Illustrated Lecture by Historian Mary Rasa Co-Hosted March 28, 2021 by Pierce Rafferty, director, Henry L. Ferguson Museum New London Maritime Society Custom House Maritime Museum In this program, Ms. Rasa explored the U.S. Lighthouse Service and took a look at five
An osprey was first spotted on Middle Farms nest March 31, this year. We apologize for the feed being down during the first arrival. A special thanks to Richard Marshall for sending the screen grab on April 2 to confirm an osprey is back! Go To Live Osprey Cam
Did You Know the first warm rainy night of spring is known as "Big Night" in the herpetological world and marks the eve of the salamander and frog migration to vernal pools? Keep a careful eye as you drive at night on the roadways that cross between uplands and wetland depressions to avoid crushing
The Ferguson Museum is engaged in a number of joint projects spearheaded by the Museum’s Land Trust Stewardship Coordinator Jack Schneider and Fishers Island School teacher Adam Murray. Murray teaches courses in environmental science, construction and woodshop, as well as land conservation. He and the high school students he teaches have teamed up with
SHIPWRECKED, Coastal Disasters and the Making of The American Beach by author Jamin Wells. Ph.D Hosted by Pierce Rafferty, director Henry L. Ferguson Museum January 31, 2021 in partnership with the New London Maritime Society - Custom House Maritime Museum, Susan Tamulevich, executive director. Though the American beach is now one of the
These recent acquisitions extend and expand the mid-Island sanctuary area, which includes Middle Farms, Treasure, Beach, Island and Perch Ponds and, of course, the well field for the island’s water supply.
The grant will deliver an outreach program to stakeholder communities presenting scenarios for eelgrass protection at Fishers Island, New York, and New London, Connecticut.
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