It’s a new year, and with the calendar change comes a renewed interest in discovering new experiences. What better way to embrace the new year than to explore new sights you’ve never seen right here in our own region?
It’s exciting to see harbor seals hauled out on rocks, piers, and beaches around Buzzards Bay in winter. But there are a few things you should keep in mind so you and these animals stay safe and happy. Read these five important tips for safe winter seal watching.
For those who bundle up and brave the weather, winter on Buzzards Bay is a treasure trove: quiet beaches, beautiful evergreens, surprise wildlife sightings, sparkling snow, and outdoor adventures that aren’t available during the warmer seasons.
Sure, winter can be a bit chilly. But if you venture outdoors during our coldest months, you’ll find a vibrant variety of birds that visit Buzzards Bay during their annual migration.
Don’t let its name fool you: Destruction Brook Woods in Dartmouth is packed with unparalleled beauty.
The Lyman Reserve's diverse paradise of woods, wetlands, and salt marshes shelter rare sea-run brook trout in Red Brook.