"Sea Change" Environmental Film Series
Due to the evolving COVID-19 situation and official state advisories regarding large meetings and travel, the March 21 screening has been cancelled.
For its eighth season, Wellfleet Bay's Sea Change film and discussion series will present three engaging and informative films about environmental topics important to Cape Cod.
All screenings take place at the Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater, and each film is followed by a discussion moderated with a host from WCAI Radio.
The venue fee is $12 per person. To reserve seats by phone, call the WHAT Box Office at 508-349-9428.
The Serengeti Rules – CANCELLED
Saturday, March 21 • 7:00–9:00 pm
Learn about the scientists and research that helped develop the important ecological concept of "keystone species"—the plants and animals on which ecosystems depend for their survival.
After the film, Wellfleet Bay science coordinator Mark Faherty and Center for Coastal Studies biologist Agnes Mittermayr will discuss examples of keystone species crucial to the Cape's biodiversity. They'll be joined by Cape Cod National Seashore ecologist Bob Cook.
Damsels and Dragons
Saturday, April 25 • 7:00–9:00 pm
This engaging documentary captures exquisite details of the fascinating—and often surprising—lives of dragonflies and damselflies.
The post-film panel includes Blair Nikula, a Cape Cod-based odonate expert and author of multiple field guides, and Wellfleet Bay naturalist and educator Jim Sweeney.