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Out and about: nature walks on Long Island

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WINTER WANDER. 1 p.m. Jan. 3 at Caumsett State Historic Park, Adult Ed-ventures: a 90-minute stroll, $4 per adult, $3 per child, registration required, 631-423- 1770.

OLD TRAILS. 10 a.m. Jan. 10, two-hour, 3-mile guided hike covers the Succession Field Trail, onetime farmland that has been reclaimed over the years by woods and tall conifers, including white pine, spruce and larch planted in 1909, $5, preregistration required, 516-571-8500. At the Muttontown Preserve on Muttontown Lane, south of Route 25A, in East Norwich.

NAPEAGUE LOOP. 10 a.m. Jan. 13, a meandering, 4-mile trail through an oak and pitch pine forest of Napeague State Park. Free, meet on Napeague Meadow Road about .8-mile north of the intersection with Route 27,

leader, Carol Andrews, 631-725- 3367.

TOUR LE POND. 10 a.m. Jan. 23, panoramic views of Oyster Pond, Big Reed Pond and Lake Montauk, 8-mile hike, including an overlook at Startop Ranch. Free, meet in the public parking area at Theodore Roosevelt Park on Route 27 about 2 miles east of downtown Montauk. Leader is Richard Poveromo, 631-283-4591.

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