Ready for the weekend? We are. We’ve got a some great programs that will have you looking for caterpillars, beavers, seals, seabirds, and more!
- Lake Wampanoag Wildlife Sanctuary in Gardner plays host to one of the greatest diversities of native caterpillars anywhere in the state. During Caterpillars of Lake Wampanoag, join naturalist-photographer and caterpillar expert Samuel Jaffe to explore the sanctuary and discover bizarre snake-mimics, horned sphinxes (shown), and vibrant owlets of the caterpillar. (registration required)
- Explore the coves and inlets of Buckley Dunton Lake in Becket during Pleasant Valley’s Canoe Trip to Buckley Dunton Lake. Watch active herons and beavers, go ashore to eat a snack, see the boreal plant communities, and look for signs of porcupines and moose. (registration required)
- Join Joppa Flats and the crew of the Yankee Clipper for a family-friendly River to the Sea Ecology Cruise, an exciting exploration of the lower Merrimack River ecosystem. Take part in hands-on science activities while looking for seabirds and seals. (registration required)
- Kayak one of the Cape’s most wild and scenic rivers during Long Pasture’s Kayaking The Herring River. Wildlife abound along the peaceful banks and expansive marsh. (registration required)
- During Broadmoor’s Nature Photography: The Hidden Beauty of Framingham, learn how to plan and shoot natural scenes and see how composition, use of natural light, and changes in exposure and depth of field can help in successfully capturing and strengthening your photographs. (registration required)
For a full listing of programs, visit our online program catalog, where you can now register online for many of our programs.
Photo © Samuel Jaffe