Squid Pro Quo: Fishermen and Scientists Working Together to Study Cephalopods from Cape Cod to the Dominican Republic

Squid Pro Quo: Fishermen and Scientists Working Together to Study Cephalopods from Cape Cod to the Dominican Republic Owen Nichols, Director of Marine Fisheries Research at the Center for Coastal Studies, will talk about his work studying squid… Read More

Author Talk: Sandy MacFarlane, SWIRLING CURRENTS

Swirling Currents: Controversy, Compromise, and Dynamic Coastal Change During one remarkable day early in 2017, more than two hundred of the highly endangered North Atlantic right whales, nearly half of the entire world’s population, entered Cape Cod Bay… Read More

Meet Middle School Author KATE ALLEN

In Kate Allen’s new book, The Line Tender, Lucy tends the line to her loved ones with the help of her art, some caring adults, and her connection to the natural world, namely the ocean. By exploring the… Read More

Beneath the Surface: Studying the Ocean with Underwater Imaging Systems and Remotely Operated Vehicles

Owen Nichols of the Center for Coastal Studies will discuss the important information we can gather by using underwater cameras, sonars, and remotely-operated vehicles to gather images of life under the ocean’s surface. Owen has been Director of… Read More

Animals of the Coast with Wellfleet Audubon

Animals of the Coast Meet live animals that call Cape Cod Bay their home and learn how these aquatic creatures are perfectly adapted for life underwater.  Everyone will have a chance to touch artifacts and live animals, such… Read More

4-H Coastal Explorer

All aboard the Coastal Explorer! This unique 31-foot educational vehicle is equipped with hands-on marine science displays, activities, and aquariums. All ages are invited to come and learn about coastal animals.

Whales off Cape Cod’s Shore

Whales off Cape Cod’s Shore with Ranger Benjamin Through hands on learning with whale skulls, vertebra, faux teeth, and baleen, students will learn the differences between toothed and baleen whales.  Taking on the role of scientists, students will… Read More

4-H Coastal Connections: Venomous Sea Creatures

Some sea creatures have developed particularly lethal forms of defense. Learn about some venomous marine animals and participate in making one of your own.  

4-H Coastal Explorer

All aboard the Coastal Explorer! This unique 31-foot educational vehicle is equipped with hands-on marine science displays, activities, and aquariums. All ages are invited to come and learn about coastal animals.

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