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For a 5th year, Wellfleet Bay, the Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater, and WCAI Radio are pleased to announce a presentation of our Sea Change environmental film series. Films will be shown at WHAT's Julie Harris Stage. The series begins Saturday, February 4 at 7 pm with Saving Jamaica Bay.
Wellfleet Bay is issuing a request for proposals for presentations at the 2017 Cape Cod Natural History Conference in Barnstable. This work may be either professional or personal study focusing on the ecology, status, distribution of local plants, animals, natural communities or environmental restoration projects on the Cape. The deadline is January 20, 2017.
Join Wellfleet Bay for sociable and educational birding talks this winter. Cheep Eats: Winter Waterfowl will offer armchair birding and a cheap lunch—because you're invited to bring your own brown bag! Warm beverages and sweet treats will be provided.
More than eighty percent of the sea turtles that strand on Cape Cod in the fall are Kemp’s ridleys, the smallest sea turtle and the most endangered. Increasingly, more tropical green turtles are also finding their way into Cape Cod Bay. But the most imposing of the turtles that cold-stun in the fall are the loggerheads. Loggerheads, even […]
16-year-old Abby Melanson first heard about cold-stunned sea turtles washing in on Cape Cod beaches during visits to her grandmother’s home in Brewster. An ocean lover, Abby wanted to do something to help. Abby and her classmate Alex Welch from St. Philip High School in Wrentham, Massachusetts decided to form a non-profit called TideTogether to raise funds […]