Wildlife on Tap Series 2017

Wildlife on Tap Series 2017

Mass Audubon Long Pasture Sanctuary is proud to present its “Wildlife on Tap 2017” lecture series, sponsored by Cape Cod Beer. The monthly lectures will be held on the fourth Wednesday of the month from 6 to 8 p.m., at Cape Cod Beer, 1336 Phinney’s Lane, Hyannis.

$10 per person/per event in advance ($13 at the door) Includes free popcorn. Award-winning beer, plus wine, soda and pizza by the slice available for purchase.

All lectures are expected to sell out in advance ~  CLICK HERE to get your tickets now!

Wildlife on Tap at Cape Cod Beer March 2017

Date: 3/22/2016
Title: Is that a snake? If so, what New England snake is it?
Presenters: Joe Martinez & Rick Roth, New England Herpetological Society
Description: Using skulls, skeletons and skins, we’ll examine the characters that make a snake the unique animal it is. Then we’ll review the snakes native to New England and learn about their very interesting adaptations and behaviors. Everyone will have the opportunity to touch and hold several live snakes and see additional live snakes on display.
CLICK HERE to purchase your tickets online or purchase in person at Cape Cod Beer

Date: 4/26/2017
Title: Snowy Owls to Saw-whet Owls
Presenter: Norman Smith, Director Blue Hills Trailside Museum & Norman Smith Environmental Education Center
Description: Since 1981, Norman Smith has spent countless days and nights, in every imaginable weather condition, observing, capturing, banding and relocating Snowy Owls at Logan International Airport. Data has been collected on roosting, hunting and behavior while on their wintering grounds. Since 2000 satellite transmitters have been attached to owls to learn more about their movements. Find out what has been learned to date, what questions remain and how this project developed to include research on Saw-whet Owls.
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Wildlife on Tap 2017 Poster

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