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Cape Cod and Islands Events
At this special event series held each winter at Cape Cod Beer, attendees can learn about wildlife over some fine locally-brewed beverages. Come have a brew and learn something new about a few of Cape Cod's fascinating creatures! January's topic: "Changes in New England Bird Population"
Cape Cod and Islands News
Fourth graders from Harwich and Chatham are taking part in a one-year curriculum that combines in-class lessons with real field experiences and a chance to watch bird researchers at work—all thanks to a new Wellfleet Bay program.
As part of a new partnership between Mass Audubon and UMass Boston, 12 high school students from Boston schools who are participating in the Urban Scholars Program visited the UMass Boston Nantucket Field Station to meet with local scientists and environmentalists.
Felix Neck Sanctuary Director Suzan Bellincampi recently published her second book, The Nature of Martha’s Vineyard, a collection of nature essays that gathers the best of the nature columns she's penned over more than 16 years.
This summer, the sanctuary hosted a special crop of returning camp counselors, Leaders-in-Training, interns, and volunteers. We asked a few of them what makes them tick, why they come to Felix Neck, and what they hope to accomplish, and their answers inspired us.
Summer 2018 was an incredible season for the monitoring of our local shorebird, Osprey, and horseshoe crab populations—both in the numbers of these animals recorded as well as in the turnout of dedicated and eager volunteers who led the charge.