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Explore the nature of the Berkshires this summer with our experienced camp staff, and connect with old friends and new! Programs are specially designed to spark a child’s curiosity and care for the natural world through hands-on habitat exploration, interactions with wildlife, and creative crafts and projects.
Cape Cod and Islands
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 Long Pasture’s Director Ian Ives, wetland expert Thomas Biebighauser, and Long Pasture’s education staff for a unique opportunity this April vacation.
Last summer, more than 50 citizen scientists trekked through the woods and across beaches to ensure another successful year of monitoring our island’s osprey and horseshoe crab populations. Learn about the results of these projects and how you can get involved next season.
Looking for something to do over school vacation week? We have fun outdoor activities to keep you busy all week long.
Connecticut River Valley
Sanctuary Director Roger Wrubel was interviewed on a recent episode of Museum Open House, hosted by Jay Sugarman on Newton's NEWTV Community Channel.