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© Evan Guarino
More than 4,000 images were submitted to our 2018 Photo Contest.
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No school? No problem! Many of our wildlife sanctuaries offer interactive ways for kids to have fun, learn, and be outside!
Beaver © Matthew Pettengill
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Snowshoeing © Gail Hansche Godin
January is the perfect time to try something new—like snowshoeing, wildlife tracking, stargazing, or photography!
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Ipswich River's sugar shack © Paul Mozell
The sweet season is coming soon, and several wildlife sanctuaries are planning celebrations—don't miss out on all the fun!
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Humpback Whale fluke © Jordan Kanes
Join us at Cape Cod Beer to learn about the Cape's fascinating wildlife while enjoying some locally-crafted brews. February's topic is "Learning About Whales by Eavesdropping on Their Songs."
Guianan Cock-of-the-rock © Tanguy Deville
The theme of this year's event is The Beauty of Birds, and it will focus on the aesthetic and behavioral role of "beauty" in birds—and how beauty may not function in the ways we assume.
"Tree" © Patricia Crotty
Join us from 6-8 pm for a free reception celebrating Patricia Crotty, the artist whose work is on display in the Habitat Gallery this March.
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