Get outside and go Wild for Wareham during April school vacation week

Are you Wild For Wareham? Join the Wareham Land Trust, Mass Audubon, and Buzzards Bay Coalition’s Onset Bay Center for a full week of outdoor activities that highlight Wareham’s wild side.

To celebrate spring, and school vacation (April 17 – 24, 2021), the three organizations are joining forces to offer a variety of programs that will get you and your family outside and enjoying all that Wareham has to offer.

Program highlights include a walking tour of the new Great Neck Wildlife Sanctuary with Mass Audubon, an Agawam River Kayak Tour with Wareham Land Trust, and a Learn to Shellfish program with the Onset Bay Center.

Make sure to get your Wild For Wareham Program passport to track the sessions you participate in and enter to win an outdoor exploration pack filled with provisions to explore even more!

Registration is free but required. Attendance for all events will be limited to ensure social distancing and safety guidelines are met. See the schedule below for links to details and registration for each program.

Sunday, April 18

Monday, April 19

Tuesday, April 20

Wednesday, April 21

Thursday, April 22

Friday, April 23

Saturday, April 24

All week: “We are Water Protectors” Story Walk at Agawam River Trail

About the partnering organizations

The Onset Bay Center: The Buzzards Bay Coalition’s Onset Bay Center, located right on Onset Beach, offers high-quality on-the-water programs for people of all ages. Through a variety of outdoor activities such as sailing, paddling, rowing, shellfishing, and shoreline ecology, the OBC helps community members build a personal connection with our local environment.

The Wareham Land Trust: The Wareham Land Trust’s mission is to conserve Wareham’s open space and natural resources, to unite citizens in a common goal of conservation and responsible land use, and to educate the public about the environmental and economic benefits of protecting open space and promoting sustainable development.

Mass Audubon: With more than 135,000 members and supporters, Mass Audubon protects over 38,000 acres of land throughout Massachusetts, saving birds and other wildlife, and making nature accessible to all. We welcome you to explore a nearby sanctuary, find inspiration, and get involved.

Along with these organizations, this programming wouldn’t be possible without funding, discounts, and support provided by the Wareham Garden Club, The Wareham Cultural Council, and The Wareham Free Library.

Category: On the Land

Working to Save Buzzards Bay

The Buzzards Bay Coalition is a membership-supported organization dedicated to improving the health of the Buzzards Bay ecosystem for all through education, conservation, research, and advocacy.

We work to protect clean water on the Bay and on the land: