News & Events
For the fifth 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 continues Saturday, March 18, at 7 pm with Wild Ways: Corridors of Life.
Join Wellfleet Bay for sociable and educational birding talks this winter. Cheep Eats: Raptors on the Outer Cape 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.
Join us on Cape Cod this summer! As a counselor at our Natural History Day Camp, you'll teach natural history full-time to children ranging in age from preschoolers to eighth graders. We're looking for enthusiastic, knowledgeable people to work at our camps in Wellfleet and Chatham.
On a recent February morning, Wellfleet Bay’s Emily Wolfe began her day rummaging around in a pile of damp leaves near the sanctuary’s dorms. She’s looking for moldering logs to bring in for that day’s lesson about decomposition at Eastham elementary. The lesson is just one of dozens covering a range of science and natural history topics […]
The annual cold-stun sea turtle stranding season on Cape Cod has two phases. The first phase is late fall when volunteers and staff patrol beaches and rush turtles to the New England Aquarium for life-saving treatment. But after turtles stop washing ashore, we move into phase two when the effort to help turtles takes a […]