Want to take a winter outdoor walk? Quogue Wildlife Refuge offers a place to just walk at your own leisure, with more than 7 miles of trails with ponds, bogs and parts of the pine barrens. Videojournalist: Randee Daddona (Dec. 15, 2013)
Paul Bracher, of Seaford, with his son, Dylan Bracher, 3, look through a telescope to watch seals on a sandbar in the Moriches Bay during a Coastal Research and Education Society of Long Island seal walk at Cupsogue Beach in Westhampton. (Dec. 15, 2013)
Kids bouncing off the proverbial walls? Getting a little housebound yourself? Well, if the weather isn't too frightful, there are plenty of wintertime walks to take along some of Long Island's most beautiful and pastoral landscapes this weekend. Nature lovers enjoy hiking in all seasons, and winter has its own charm. The cold weather, if walkers are dressed appropriately, can be invigorating. And...
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