Guest Speaker Announced for Sandwich Conservation Trust Meeting

EAST SANDWICH – A science teacher, author, photographer and wildlife specialist will be the guest speaker at the annual meeting of the Sandwich Conservation Trust.

The trust welcomes Peter Trull on Sunday, October 15 at the East Sandwich Grange Hall on Old County Road at 2 p.m.

Trull has studied, researched and taught about wildlife on Cape Cod for over thirty years, along with penning five books on several subjects including Eastern coyotes, humpback whales and local birds.

He will present “The Gray Curtain – The Impact of Seals, Sharks and Commercial Fishing along the Northeast Coast.”

The program will show the relationship between commercial fishing, the expanding gray seal population and great white sharks along the beaches of Cape Cod through discussion and photographs.

The “gray curtain” has been the result of geologic and environmental changes, along with animal migrations and population increases.

The program brings together and explains the major factors that have created the phenomenon, which has increased the presence of great whites to the region.

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