Wickets Island in Onset Bay is one step closer to becoming a safe and welcoming place where people of all ages can come to discover Buzzards Bay.
Although so much remains to be done to protect and restore the Bay’s health, I’m proud to share with you some of our greatest accomplishments from 2018.
With an abundance of east-facing coastline, Buzzards Bay has some outstanding sunrise spots where the morning colors are reflected and magnified by ocean waters, still ponds, and quiet bays.
Unravel the complexities of how winter birds migrate along the Atlantic Flyway, coming from as far off as the Arctic and Patagonia.
Explore all parts of these historic 390 acres of woodland during this winter walking series.
Take a walk at dusk to discover the fascinating springtime courtship ritual of the American Woodcock.
Take an art lesson from local artists and enjoy some beer from Buzzards Bay Brewing.
Look for and learn about wintering seals, then explore the island of Cuttyhunk.
No need to wait for spring to get outdoors! Walk or snowshoe the trail in search of local wildlife.
Explore the variety of treasures that wash up onshore at Allens Pond, and use what you find to create beach-inspired works of art.
Learn from local experts how to identify local trees by their winter characteristics.
Winter is the best time to prune your trees and shrubs - get outside with professional horticulturists to learn how!
Spot constellations with the help of a stargazing expert!