Photography

Offering the greatest diversity of plants and wildlife anywhere in New York State, views of beautiful water bodies & towering tree canopies, the Long Island Pine Barrens is rich in great photo opportunities. Whether you are a professional environmental photographer or equipped with only a phone and love for nature, the Pine Barrens can be described as the definition of “photogenic.”

Check out some of the best examples of photography in the Pine Barrens below in this frequently updated photo gallery. If you have pictures of the Pine Barrens that you wish to share, send them to us at info@pinebarrens.org and we will feature them on our website.

  • Long Island Pine Barrens Carnivorous Plant
    Pitcher Plant - A native carnivorous plant located in the Long Island Pine Barrens. By: Sandy Richard
  • Long Island Bird Great Horned Owl
    Great Horned Owl By: Marcus Melendez
  • Long Island Pine Barrens Pitch Pine Snow
    Pitch Pine Covered in Snow By: Katie Muether
  • Long Island Wild Turkeys
    Wild Turkey Mom and Babies By: Brookhaven National Lab
  • Long Island Pine Barrens Sky
    Looking up at the sky in the Long Island Pine Barrens By: Sandy Richard
  • Long Island Groundhog
    Woodchuck By: Brookhaven National Lab
  • Long Island Pine Barrens Sunset
    Sunset in the Long Island Pine Barrens By: Cavalier92
  • Long Island Pine Barrens Eastern Hognose Snake
    Eastern Hognose Snake By: Bob McGrath
  • Long Island Pine Barrens Pine Cone
    Non-serotinous cone in the Long Island Pine Barrens By: Sandy Richard
  • Garter Snake in the Long Island Pine Barrens
    Garter Snake By: USFSW Northeast
  • Long Island Pine Barrens - Dwarf Pine Plains
    Dwarf Pine Plains By: Sandy Richard
  • Red Cedars Long Island Pine Barrens
    Red Cedars By: Sandy Richard
  • Wertheim National Wildlife Refuge
    Wertheim National Wildlife Refuge in Spring By: Katie Muether
  • Eastern Tiger Salamander -Long Island Endangered Species
    Eastern Tiger Salamander By: John Clare
  • Long Island Pine Barrens Trail
    Cranberry Bog Nature Preserve Trail By: Katie Muether
  • Long Island Pine Barrens Marsh
    Pine Barrens Marsh By: Granville Fairchild
  • Sandy Pond in Long Island Pine Barrens
    Sandy Pond By: Tom Casey
  • Long Island Endangered Species Eastern Box Turtle
    Eastern Box Turtle By: Brookhaven National Lab
  • Long Island Pine Barrens Pond
    Peasey's Pond By: Wayne Cook
  • Long Island Snapping Turtles
    Snapping Turtles By: Brookhaven National Lab