Wednesday Walks

We are often asked, “What is there to do on Cape Cod in the winter?”  Our answer is that there is plenty to do if you look beyond the usual “beach vacation”.  And yet, even in the winter, the beach can be a wild and wonderful place.  But there are other venues, attractions, and activities here on the Cape and not far from Brewster which are open and uncrowded and usually at no or low cost.  One of the best outdoor activities available on Wednesdays throughout the winter are the Cape Cod Museum of Natural History’s Wednesday Walks.

Connie Boyce is an avid birder and takes participants to some of the most beautiful places on the Cape to catch our winter avian citizens and view fantastic landscapes that look totally different in the winter than summer.  With her extensive knowledge of the area you are exploring, Connie often points out things others miss.  For the best idea of what you will have in store if you take a Wednesday Walk, check out Lynn Bruneau’s blog.  (Thanks to Lynn for the picture of Nauset Marsh below.)  

January-February 2013 Wednesday Walks with Connie Boyce (check each walk for departure time and location)

Wednesday, January 23 2013 09:00 AM – 12:00 PM

bird-lovers

Wednesday Walks with Connie Boyce
January-February 2013 10 am-12 noon
Approximate length of walks: 3-4 miles
$4/Member $6/Non-Member
All walks leave from the Museum parking lot.
January
2          Lv 9:30 am Monomoy River/Muddy Creek, Chatham-Harwich
9          Lv 9:50 am Nickerson State Park, Brewster
16        Lv 9 am Crane Wildlife Mgmt. Area, Falmouth
23        Lv 9:15 am Little Sandy Pd to Horse Pd, West Yarmouth
30        Lv 9:45 am Cold Storage Bch. to Crows Pasture Cons. Area, DennisFebruary
6          Lv 9:40 am Historical Yarmouthport
13        Lv 9:15 am Eagle Pond, Cotuit
20        Lv 9:50 am Spruce Hill Conservation Area, Brewster
27        Lv 9:45 am Flax Pond to Run Pond, DennisHeavy rain cancels the walk.

Nauset Marsh

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