2021 Cape Cod Natural History Conference Online
We invite you to join us on Saturday, March 13, from 10:00 am-12:00 pm for the first-ever virtual Cape Cod Natural History Conference (CCNHC)!
This year's conference will be a live, online event with presenters from environmental organizations across Cape Cod speaking on a diverse array of natural history topics.
Now in its 25th year, the CCHNC remains an engaging, exciting, and fun way to learn about local research projects, conservation efforts, and local environmental organizations!
Cataloging Cape Cod's White Sharks
with Megan Winton, Atlantic White Shark Conservancy
Gauging the Success of Sea Turtle Rehabilitation
with Charlie Innis, New England Aquarium
Preparing for Sea Level Rise: Climate Vulnerability Assessments for Mass Audubon Sanctuaries
with Danielle Perry, Mass Audubon
Opportunistic Detection of Anthropogenic Micro Debris in Harbor Seals & Gray Seals in Southeastern Massachusetts
with Lisa Sette, Center for Coastal Studies
Bald Eagle Comeback on Cape Cod & Across Massachusetts
with Jason Zimmer, Mass Wildlife
Moths of the Barrier Beach
with Mark Mello, Lloyd Center for the Environment
This year, we're happy to announce that the conference will be FREE to all!
Registration is still required, although there is no cost to register. A link to the webinar with login instructions and an abstract packet will be emailed to attendees the day before the conference.
Tremendous thanks to our generous sponsors for helping to make this event possible.