||Riverhead Foundation Rescue Team Heads to Gulf
||Local Marine Mammal and Sea Turtle Rescue Team is Deployed to the Gulf of Mexico to Assist with Wildlife Recovery Efforts
||Beach Clean Up April 26th
||Join Us in Hampton Bays for a Beach Clean Up
||Parade on Down to Ponquogue Bridge
||Enjoy the Hampton Bays St. Patrick’s Day Parade then parade on down to the Ponquogue Bridge
||Playing On My Harp Strings
||The Riverhead Foundation will be releasing “Lily”, a female harp seal on Thursday, March 27, 2008
||For Easter- A Second Chance at Life
||A large crowd views the release of two seals today, a harbor and a harp seal.
||Two By Sea
||Two seals prepare for their journey home
||Stony Brook Students Help Release
||The Marine Mammal Rehabilitation students of Stony Brook University got a treat
||A Whale of a Sighting
||But today was even more special thanks to the reporting of a North Atlantic Right Whale sighting just
||Assemblyman Robert Sweeney
||Assemblyman Sweeney presented Robert DiGiovanni, Jr., Foundation
||Will You Accept the $25,000 CHALLENGE?
||If this challenge is achieved, the gift will be matched
||Harbor Porpoise Flies to New York for Care
||The Riverhead Foundation for Marine Research and Preservation is expecting a new patient
||Students Jumping at Chance to Make a Difference
||The Long Beach Catholic School’s Annual Jump-a-thon supported the Riverhead Foundation for Marine Research and Preservation.
||Desperately Needing to be DAZZELED…
||Become a DAZZELING DOLPHIN to support the Riverhead Foundation!
||Assemblyman Robert Sweeney
||Sweeney has worked diligently to protect our most valuable natural resources and ensure a
||Kick Up Your Fins & Open Your Hearts
||The evening, set to take place at Atlantis Marine World in
||Beach Walkers Play Key Role
||Cold-stun season for sea turtles is here and in full swing. The Riverhead Foundation picked up two sea turtles over the weekend and have rescue teams responding to two more as of 1 pm today.
||Saving Marine Mammals Part of Children's Exhibit
||The Riverhead Foundation for Marine Research and Preservation recently partnered with the Children’s Museum of the East End (CMEE) through their Discover My Community 2007 exhibit.
||Join Us on a Seal Cruise!
||Seal Cruise Gift Certificates make great holiday gifts!
||Give the Gift that Gives Back!
||Adopt a Whale, Dolphin, Seal or Sea Turtle!
||Four Cold Stunned Sea Turtles Rescued
||Report All Sea Turtle Strandings To the Emergency Hotline 631-369-9829
||SBU Students Embark on 1st Dolphin Release
||Riverhead Foundation for Marine Research and Preservation, Atlantis Marine World & Stony Brook University Released New York State’s 1st Satellite Tagged Offshore Bottlenose Dolphin
||Seabreeze Heads South
||New York State’s 1st Satellite Tagged Offshore Bottlenose Dolphin Released!
||Calendar of Events for Cold Stun Lectures
||The Riverhead Foundation is offering free sea turtle cold stun lectures.
||Coldstun sea turtle lectures
||Have you ever wondered if there were sea turtles around Long Island? Would you know what to do if you saw one on the beach?
||Rescued Dolphin Responds to Treatment
||A team of experts from the Riverhead Foundation is pleased with the prognosis of “Seabreeze”, a 9 ft long offshore bottlenose dolphin that was rescued from the shallow, murky waters of a Bellmore canal (only four feet deep) on July 21st.
||Dolphins in Northwest Creek
||A team of experts from the Riverhead Foundation will monitor the condition and behavior of three common dolphins swimming in Northwest Creek.
||Two Go Back To Sea!
||The Riverhead Foundation completed another busy day with a double release, one on the sea and one on the beach.
||Harbor Porpoise Release
||Riverhead Foundation for Marine Research and Preservation & Atlantis Marine World to Release
||Harbor Porpoise Release
||Riverhead Foundation for Marine Research and Preservation & Atlantis Marine World to Release New York State’s 2nd Satellite Tagged Harbor Porpoise
||Sea turtle rescued from the bitter cold.
||The Riverhead Foundation recovered the first cold stunned sea turtle for the 2006 season.
||Linus and Coney released!
||First documented harbor seal pup recovered from Smith Point County Park on Memorial Day weekend.
||Selkie, Ducky, and Mystic
||Ducky and Mystic, two sea turtles, following Selkie were released back to the ocean with the support from La Ronde Beach Club, Westhampton, NY
||Wicket, a yearling harbor seal, was released back to the wild at Jones Beach State Park!
||ROCKY'S RELEASE SET FOR WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13, 2005
||Rocky, the first Risso's Dolphin ever rehabilitated and released is going to go back to the wild on April 13, 2005, from Shinnecock Inlet, NY
||"Rocky To Go Home"
||The Riverhead Foundation sets plans for an April release of Rocky, the Nation's First Rehabilitated Risso's Dolphin
||A harbor and a harp seal release
||The Riverhead Foundation is going to release back to the wild two seals, a harbor seal female and a harp seal male
||Public involvement saves life of a sea turtle
||Rare Risso Dolphin Release
||Fundraising efforts have begun for the release of Rocky, a juvenile male Risso's dolphin rescued on July 31, 2004.
||Sattelite Tagged Seals
||Where do seals go after they are released?
||Sea Turtle Release
||Release plans set for endangered Kemp's Ridley sea turtle rescued by the Riverhead Foundation
||Boulder Creek Supports the Riverhead Foundation
||Pre-Opening at Boulder Creek, Riverhead raised $9,036.00 to Benefit Local Marine Life
||Endangered Sea Turtles Released
||Riverhead Foundation and the United States Coast Guard jointly released two endangered Kemp's ridley sea turtles