Pull on a pair of waders, cast a net, and find marine life in New York’s waterways. Maybe you’ll be the first to find a seahorse or the long-sought 222nd species in the Hudson River. From the piers along the West Side Highway to the tips of Jamaica Bay and the East River, NYC’s rivers, bays, and estuaries are teeming with life. Drop by one of many sites throughout and beyond the city to join top ecologists and biologists to catch, count, identify, and release the animals you discover in our swarming waters.
There are 13 different locations to check it out across all 5 boroughs and best of all, it's completely free. Check out the event page for more information.
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