- Established July 20, 1971, the Refuge is located on the north shore of the south fork of Long Island. It consists of grasslands, oak-beech forest in a large pole growth stage, shrub habitats, kettle holes, freshwater marsh and salt marsh. The wetland area supports a high winter density of black ducks. The uplands contain an area of maritime grasslands, a habitat of regional significance.
Viewing wildlife and observing bird migrations are enjoyed at this habitat diverse NWR.
The Refuge is located on the north shore of the south fork of Long Island.
Ask a local about Conscience Point National Wildlife RefugeLocals have answered 143 questions about New York City.
Ask New York City Locals about Conscience Point National Wildlife Refuge