99 Percent of Seabirds Will Be Eating Plastic by 2050

The explosion of plastic waste over the last several decades has had a devastating impact on the environment, and particularly the marine environment. … [Read more...]

How to Rid Your Yard of Mosquitos and Ticks

  With the rain and hot weather Cape Cod has experienced recently, mosquitos are in full swing. More people are choosing to treat their lawns … [Read more...]

Cape Cod Tick Resource Guide

Ticks are an important concern for anyone living in New England. CapeCod.com has covered the tick infestation on Cape Cod in depth. As the summer … [Read more...]

Where to Camp on Cape Cod

Summers on Cape Cod bring to mind wind swept beaches, sunshine, and fabulous seafood. While you may have a standing reservation at your favorite … [Read more...]

The Changing Shape of the Cape & Islands: Lewis Bay, from Hyannis Port to Kalmus Beach & Great Island

Lewis Bay is part of the south coast of Cape Cod, basically the center of the triceps when thinking of the “arm” of Cape Cod. The bay measures some … [Read more...]

Gardening: What to Do in June

Have you driven past other houses, gazed at the gardens, and thought HOW DO THEY DO THAT? We’re here to help. Each month CapeCod.com will bring … [Read more...]

Have You Seen a Bald Eagle Nest on Cape Cod?

Each year Bald Eagles nest in February with the fledglings beginning to leave the nest around June. Although Bald Eagles are sometimes spotted on Cape … [Read more...]

Record Number of Right Whales seen on Opening Day of Hyannis Whale Watcher

Hyannis Whale Watcher kicked off their season with approximately 20% of the world’s population of North American Right Whales in Cape Cod Bay. See … [Read more...]

Historic Cape Cod Gardens Open to the Public

The gardens at Highfield Hall in Falmouth have a rich and unique history. Especially considering at one point the gardens were in danger of … [Read more...]

Local Organization, OPAK, Participates in Cambridge Science Festival

This past Saturday (April 15th) Ocean Protection Advocacy Kids, Inc. (OPAK) traveled to Cambridge, MA to participate in the Cambridge Science … [Read more...]


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