Riverhead Elementary School students attended an assembly hosted by Quogue Wildlife Refuge. Photo courtesy of Riverhead Central School District

Aquebogue Elementary School students attended a virtual assembly hosted by Quogue Wildlife Refuge.

Environmental educator Cara Fernandes introduced the students to several different birds of prey such as owls and hawks. The students watched the animals and asked questions such as their eating and sleeping habits in their natural habitats.

The assembly was sponsored by the school’s parent-teacher organization.

Support local journalism.
Now more than ever, the survival of quality local journalism depends on your support. Our community faces unprecedented economic disruption, and the future of many small businesses are under threat, including our own. It takes time and resources to provide this service. We are a small family-owned operation, and we will do everything in our power to keep it going. But today more than ever before, we will depend on your support to continue. Support RiverheadLOCAL today. You rely on us to stay informed and we depend on you to make our work possible.

SHARE