WELLFLEET –Join Mass Audubon’s Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary for their 22nd annual event at Cape Cod Community College’s Tilden Arts Center.
On March 11, Wellfleet Bay will be hosting their Cape Cod History Conference.
The full-day conference features presenters from environmental organizations across Cape Cod speaking on a diversity of natural history topics.
The conference continues to be an engaging, exciting and fun way to learn about local research projects, conservation efforts and local environmental organizations.
Participants are asked to bring a brown bag lunch and to cut down on waste, a mug for coffee.
At the conference, participants will learn about recent scientific research and other natural history topics including a three year study of bats on the Upper Cape, the sounds that fish make, the first successful capture and release of a manatee in Cape waters, and why marine animals eat plastics.
The registration fee for the event is $25 until Saturday, and afterwards the fee is $30.
Wellfleet Bay provides peace and unmatched beauty on the hillsides and shoreline overlooking Wellfleet Harbor.
The sanctuary features a universally accessible trail and an award-winning “green” nature center with numerous exhibits and aquariums.