The Fund for Animals Cape Wildlife Center is proud to present its “Wildlife on Tap 2016” lecture series, sponsored by Cape Cod Beer. The monthly lectures will be held on Wednesday’s 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 and other goodies, Award-winning beer, plus wine and soda, available for purchase.
All lectures are expected to sell out in advance – get your tickets as soon as possible!
In Person: Cape Cod Beer, 1336 Phinney’s Lane, Hyannis or Cape Wildlife Center, 4011 Main St., Barnstable
Online: Visit Cape Wildlife Center’s Facebook page, select the “Donate to CWC tab,” and pay via PayPal (NOTE: Make sure to select PayPal and to indicate the lecture date and # of tickets in the “notes” field)
By Phone: Cape Wildife Center – (508) 362-0111
***SOLD OUT*** April 13 – “Space-age Tracking of Cape Cod’s Sharks – are Our Locals Homebodies or
Snowbirds?” Simon Thorrold Ph.D. – Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
Do our sharks head south for the winter? Do they have territories and fixed migration patterns? Is it true they’ll die if they ever stop swimming? New advances in satellite tagging technology enable researchers to track the movements of sharks and other large sea creatures throughout the world’s oceans. The data is providing new information critical for developing effective conservation and management strategies for New England’s own native ocean megafauna.
Cape Cod Beer is proud to support the work of the Cape Wildlife Center and are happy to host this educational event again in 2016.
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