Tag Archives: Cape Cod

Homeport Banquet: A Celebration of Women in Science

We’re excited to announce that this year’s Women in Science Banquet to benefit the Ruth Hiebert Memorial Fellowship will be held by the beach at the award-winning Chatham Bars Inn on Thursday, May 24 from 6 pm – 9 pm. Join us for …

Right Whales at the Brink: Stewardship at the edge of extinction

Dr. Charles “Stormy” Mayo, senior scientist and director of the Right Whale Ecology Program at the Center for Coastal Studies,  will discuss the status of the species and its recent decline, the seasonal arrival of the right whales, and the …

Napi’s Lecture: The Seasonal Diet of Harbor and Gray Seals in SE MA

The Center for Coastal Studies presents “The Seasonal Diet of Harbor and Gray Seals in Southeastern Massachusetts” by Lisa Sette on Wednesday, April 25 at 7 pm at Napi’s Restaurant, Provincetown. Lisa will present preliminary results of work underway with …

Earth Day Beach and Street Clean-Up in Provincetown

As part of the Keep Massachusetts Beautiful program, the Provincetown Beaches and Street Cleanup will join towns throughout the Commonwealth during the month of April in a united effort to clear the seashore, roadways, woods, streams and ponds of plastic …

Whale Watching Hike

Join Marine Education Director Jesse Mechling in search of right whales! Take in the early spring views while you learn about the right whale, and hopefully catch a glimpse of these beautiful creatures. Dress for the weather and bring binoculars …

Future of entangled female right whale looks brighter thanks to CCS team

On Thursday, April 12 the Marine Animal Entanglement Response (MAER) team from the Center for Coastal Studies (CCS) in Provincetown responded to reports of an entangled right whale on Stellwagen Bank. The right whale, identified as #1142 (Kleenex), is a …

Napi’s Lecture: Double Agents – Practicing Coastal Science and Visual Arts on Cape Cod

The Center for Coastal Studies presents “Double Agents: Practicing Coastal Science and Visual Arts on Cape Cod” by Terri Smith and Mark Adams on Wednesday, March 28 at 7 pm at Napi’s Restaurant, Provincetown. “As coastal scientists we get many …

North Atlantic Right Whales: On the path to extinction

Dr. Charles “Stormy” Mayo, senior scientist and director of the Right Whale Ecology Program at the Center for Coastal Studies,  will discuss the status of the species and its recent decline, the seasonal arrival of the right whales, and the …

Nauset Disposal partners with CCS and “1,000 Friends” to save right whales

The Center for Coastal Studies is partnering with Nauset Disposal, to find 1,000 Friends of Right Whales and raise $100,000 to support the Center’s Right Whale Emergency Initiative. With a population of just 433 individuals, the critically endangered North Atlantic …

CCS Presents “Double Agents: Practicing Coastal Science and Visual Arts on Cape Cod”

On Wednesday, March 28, the Center for Coastal Studies (CCS) presents “Double Agents: Practicing Coastal Science and Visual Arts on Cape Cod” by Mark Adams and Terri Smith. This free event begins at 7 pm at Napi’s Restaurant, Provincetown. “As …