Sweetbriar Nature Center

62 Eckernkamp Drive
Smithtown 117787
Phone: 631-979-6344
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Sweetbriar Nature Center is 54-acre preserve, environmental center, and wildlife rehabilitation center with gardens, woodland, fields and wetlands located next to the Nissequoge River. They seek to provide natural science education and to teach the importance responsible decision making with respect to the unique wildlife and ecosystems of Long Island to its residents. On the sprawling lands of this environmental educational center are various gardens, plant life, and hundreds of different species of wildlife and insects Camp programs are available in the Summer and Winter seasons and are often hands-on and interactive. Other clases and events are open to people of all ages. Volunteers and donations are always welcome.

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