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Massachusetts Audubon Society
Program Description
The Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary offers field courses on Cape Cod's coastal environment & wildlife. Includes whale watching, canoeing, photography, birding, cruises, hiking, snorkeling & botanizing
Program Length
4-7 days
Program Focus
Research, Nature/Science, Archaeology, Culture/History/Heritage
Staff includes, Wayne Petersen, field ornithologist; Jackie Sones & Dennis Murley, naturalists; Mario DiGregorio, wetlands consultant; Betsy Colburn, aquatic ecologist; Phyllis Evenden, graphic artist; John Green, nature photographer
$175-$410 members, $220-$440 nonmembers. Shared lodging available in a cottage, $130/wk
U.S. Locations
Cape Cod, Massachusetts
July, August
Melissa Lowe
Education Coordinator
Massachusetts Audubon Society
Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary, PO Box 236
South Wellfleet, MA 02663
United States
Phone: 508-349-2615
Fax: 508-349-2632
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