School & Group Programs at Wellfleet Bay
At Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary, we offer a multitude of fun and educational nature-based programs year round for students from preschool through high school. Schools and groups that visit our sanctuary participate in field walks, natural history presentations, and experiential research projects.
Our teacher-naturalists also travel to schools and community venues to deliver inquiry-based natural history lessons. We also lead outdoor explorations of areas beyond our sanctuary’s borders including dune hikes, kayak trips on kettle ponds, and boat trips in Cape Cod Bay.
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Planning to visit with a group?
We ask that all groups interested in visiting our sanctuary to contact us in advance to see if we can accommodate your visit and to obtain associated fees.
Examples of Program Topics
Tidal Flats • Salt Marsh Ecology • Bird Banding Demonstrations • Endangered Shore Birds • Turtles of Cape Cod • Horseshoe Crabs
Our teacher naturalists specialize in providing hands-on, interactive school programs that encourage investigation of the natural world both at the sanctuary or offsite.
Whether you're leading a Scout group in search of badges or running a homeschool program, the teacher naturalists at Wellfleet Bay can help!