To reserve for this walk, please email your first and last name(s) and your phone number to:
The walk is free, but space is limited, so advance reservation is required.
About this walk:
Are you curious about what you find and see on your beach walks? Ever wonder why salt marshes are so important? Join Gil Newton author of “Activities for the Cape Cod Beachcomber” on a morning walk to discover the variety of marine plants and animals along the Cape shoreline, their ecology, and the diverse habitats in which they are found. Your guided stroll will include a survey of marine mollusks, crabs, echinoderms, sponges, horseshoe crabs, seaweeds and other common species that we find. We will take a close look at their interactions with other living things and their surrounding environment. Get to know your wild, intertidal neighbors at Red River Beach on Nantucket Sound.
Day/date: Tuesday, September 14, 2021
Rain date: Wednesday, Sept. 15th
Time: 8:00 – 9:30 a.m.
Directions emailed with your reservation confirmation.
Gil will have his field guides available (price each $10) for purchase.
He’ll donate all proceeds to benefit HCT’s land-saving work.
Here are the field guides you can buy before or after your walk (cash or check payable to Gil Newton):
Marine Habitats of Cape Cod
Mysteries of Seaweed: Questions and Answers
Activities for the Cape Cod Beachcomber