Join us Sept. 19th!
3rd Annual Wildlands
Music & Art Stroll

Join us on Saturday, September 19th from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. for HCT’s 3rd Annual Wildlands Music & Art Stroll!  Just park at the Harwich Middle School (#204 Sisson Road also known as Rt. 124) and hop aboard one of the courtesy shuttle buses provided by Cape Destinations.  You’ll be chauffeured to HCT’s 66-acre Bank St. Bogs Nature Preserve to stroll the trails, watch as the Guild of Harwich Artists paint en plein air, and listen to local musicians play jazz, classical, and folk music on the original “piano in the woods” as well as guitar, saxophone, accordion and other instruments. Suggested donation is $5.00 per person and everyone is welcome. Even ice cream will be available for sale from The Local Scoop!

Three-Walk Series:
Explore Monomoyick Lands

Sponsored by the local land trusts in Harwich, Chatham, and Orleans as well as the Native Land Conservancy, join 12th generation Cape Codder Todd Kelley and native Nipmuck/Wampanoag Marcus Hendricks for a fascinating series of interpretive walks describing the natural landscapes of three specific locations within the centuries old Monomoyick Territory. Explore the historic stories that transpired on each of these lands at the time of European first contact. Consider the lives of the First People and how dramatically their lives and the land itself were influenced and altered during this brief window of time in the seventeenth century.  The cost is $45.00 for the three walk series (if you attend all three walks or just one, it’s $45.00). Join us to explore the historic native Monomoyick Territory!
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Wildlife Tracking
Workshop: Oct. 10th

Join naturalist and tracking instructor Todd Kelley for a workshop on how to identify wildlife and their tracks by interpreting the clues left behind by wildlife such as otter, fox, coyote, deer, raccoon, muskrat, skunk and maybe even mink. Workshop materials will be provided including a land mammal species checklist for Cape Cod.  This Wildlife Tracking Workshop will take place Saturday, Oct. 10th from 9-11 a.m. in the Bell’s Neck Conservation Lands (rain date: Sunday, Oct. 11th). Directions will be provided upon reservation. $15 per person.                                                   

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Orienteering Workshop:
Saturday, Oct. 24th

Reserve now to join naturalist Todd Kelley  on Saturday, Oct. 24th from 10:00 to noon (rain date: Sunday, Oct. 25th) for a hands-on workshop on how to use a compass and read a map. We will follow a course where you will get to apply practical reasoning and decision-making skills in land navigation basics in order to always stay found—-even without a smartphone!
A compass will be provided for workshop use. Directions will be provided upon reservation. $15 per person.
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The Wilsons bring owls that are found locally including great-horned owl with golden irises, red morph screech owl and the soda can-sized saw-whet owl. They also showcase owls from around the globe, including the Eurasian eagle owl (largest owl species in the world) and the South American spectacled owl. The barred owl with its dark charcoal-colored eyes and the striking snowy owl will also make an appearance. – See more at: