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Long Island Zoos & Animal Sanctuaries

If you have a passion for animals, than make sure to check out one of the Long Island zoos or animal sanctuaries, which are home to both local wildlife and exotic animals alike. Experience the wilder side of nature by visiting an animal sanctuary and experience local wildlife in their natural habitat, and learn more about the Long Island Ecosystem, and the great outdoors right here in our own backyard. If unique species from around the globe is what interests you, make sure to check out one of the Long Island zoos, home to many different kinds of exotic animals, giving you a rare glimpse into the untamed side of nature.

Long Island Game Farm

683 Chapman Boulevard in Manorville
631-878-6644

Save the Animals Rescue Foundation

PO Box 519 in Middle Island
631-736-8207

Seatuck Suffolk County Enviromental Center

550 South Bay Avenue in Islip
631-581-6908

Sweetbriar Nature Center

62 Eckernkamp Drive in Smithtown
631-979-6344

Theodore Roosevelt Sanctuary and Audubon Center

134 Cove Road in Oyster Bay
516-922-3200

Volunteers for Wildlife

Bayville and Feeks Lane in Lattingtown
516-674-0982
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