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Museum Hours:
May 15th - October 16th
Daily: 10am to 5pm

Office Hours:
Mon - Fri: 10am to 5pm

Tours and school groups
by appointment
throughout the year.
Please call for details.

200 Main Street
Sag Harbor, NY 11963
For more information
Call 631-725-0770
Fax: 631-725-5638


Museum Manager: Greg Therriault
Business Manager: Vanessa Petruccelli
Collections Manager: Richard Doctorow
Museum Shop Manager: Michael Butler
Harpoon Committee:
Terry Elkins + Scott Sandell + Gavin Zeigler

Board of Directors:
Barbara Pintauro~Lobosco - President
Linley Pennebaker Whelan - Vice President
Zachary Studenroth- Treasurer
Anthony Brandt - Secretary
Joanne Carter
Robert Chaloner
Peter Drakoulias
Annette Hinkle
Peter J. Marcelle
Catherine Ross
Kathie Russo
Bettina Stelle
Lynda Sylvester
Tom Dakin

Peter Marcelle Presents

For The Birds

Featuring artists Dan Rizzie, Hunt Slonem, John Alexander,
Andrew Wyeth, Tom Judd,Darius Yektai, Susan Lazarus-Reimen, Amy Pilkington, Joseph Stella, Jamie Wyeth, Steve Mannino, Kimberly Goff, Cal Thompson

Greenbelt Aerial

July 13-September 16, 2012

Sag Harbor Express, July 20, 2012
New Direction Taking Flight

Peter Marcelle Gallery

Greenbelt Aerial

Sag Harbor Whaling Museum is pleased to invite the participation of
the Long Pond Greenbelt with fellow member,
poet and naturalist Susan Baran.

Visit the The Long Pond Greenbelt website

Books by Susan Baran

Necessary Boat by Susan Baran Harmonious Whole by Susan Baran

About the Long Pond Greenbelt:

BIRDS Of the Long Pond Greenbelt: The woods, fields, wetlands and surface waters of the Long Pond Greenbelt provide nesting, foraging, and resting habitat for a rich diversity of avian life. In fact, more than 125 species of birds regularly use the Greenbelt for all or part of the year. Some of the birds you may encounter are:

PERMANENT RESIDENTS: Red-tailed hawk, great horned owl and eastern screech owls, Four woodpecker species (red-bellied, downy, hairy, northern flicker), blue jay, American crow, tufted titmouse, black-capped chickadee, white-breasted nuthatch, northern mockingbird, song sparrow, American goldfinch.

NON-PERMANENT RESIDENTS: Wood duck, Eastern kingbird, great crested flycatcher, eastern wood-pewee, tree swallow, American robin, gray catbird, brown thrasher, several vireos (red-eyed, white-eyed, yellow-throated, warbling), various warblers (blue-winged, black-and-white, pine, prairie, yellow, ovenbird (common yellowthroat), eastern towhee, field sparrow, swamp sparrow, red-winged blackbird, Baltimore oriole, scarlet tanager.

SPRING AND/OR AUTUMN MIGRANTS: Pied-billed grebe, green-winged teal, northern pintail, ring-necked duck, common merganser, American coot, greater yellowiegs, solitary sandpiper, sharp-shinned hawk, merlin, eastern phoebe, northern rough-winged and bank swallow, golden-crowned and rub-crowned kinglets, blue-headed vireo, numerous warblers (e.g., northern parula, black-throated blue, black-throated green, chestnut-sided, yellow-rumped, blackpoll, palm) dark-eyed junco, white-throated sparrow.