Clear marine debris from your favorite beach or private beach and Michele Klimczak, FIConservancy Marine Debris Coordinator, will haul it away and sort it. She will also memorialize your achievement with a photograph posted on Facebook.

Mark your calendars for the 2021 Spring Migratory Bird Count Sat. May 16, 8 a.m.-10:30 a.m. Meet at the Island Community Center. Bring binoculars.

In late April, Michele Klimczak discovered a roll of wooden fencing as she cleared marine debris on a beach. Today that fencing forms a protective barrier next to nesting shorebirds on South Beach. Geb Cook Photo

Three-year-old juvenile bald eagle flies over Fishers Island, Jan. 20, 2021. John Spofford Photo

Students are invited to apply for a summer internship with FIConservancy’s Island Sentinels team.

One of the most adaptable species on earth, the coyote is now well-entrenched on Fishers Island. Reyn Parsons Photo

It important to know the difference between egg cases of the invasive Chinese praying mantis and the native Carolina mantis. Both live on Fishers Island.

Arabella Hatfield and Lillian Kane, two senior honors physics students at Fishers Island School, were State Finalists in the recent 2021 Connecticut Science & Engineering Fair.