Jan. 11, 2019: Why We Preserve Wild Places & Who Lives There

Red fox (photo: www.sarahedevlin.com)

Presentation by Peter Trull: Naturalist, Author, Science Teacher

Location: Harwich Community Center, #100 Oak Street, 02645
Day/date/time: Saturday, January 4th, 2:00 p.m.
Admission: Suggested donation of $5

As a supporter of Harwich Conservation Trust you donate funds to help preserve natural lands that protect water resources, wildlife habitats, scenic views, walking trails, and our shared Cape Cod quality of life that depends on healthy ecosystems. Together let’s look deeper and closer at the diversity of habitats and the wildlife within that also call Cape Cod home. You will gain a wider awareness and appreciation of the foraging, nesting, and habits of selected species as well as the importance of land preservation from Peter who has been studying and teaching about Cape Cod ecology for more than 40 years.

About Peter Trull: Among his many ecological endeavors, Peter coordinated seabird protection and research for the Massachusetts Audubon Society and he conducted field research in Guyana and Surinam, studying the market trapping of Common Terns and Roseate Terns, working with local bird trappers in several coastal villages where he hesitatingly admits he’s eaten Common Terns and 15 to 20 species of sandpipers and plovers. As Education Director at the Cape Cod Museum of Natural History, he developed programs and began studying Eastern Coyotes in 1989. Through the 90’s, as a researcher and Education Director at the Provincetown Center for Coastal Studies, he developed and taught classes related to whales and marine birds and has completed over 2,500 whale watching trips related to education and research. He holds a Master’s Degree in Education. He has written seven books about Cape Cod natural history.