Summer Guide Cape Cod

Summer Guide Cape Cod 2019

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www.summerguidecapecod.com 133 Please abide by these safety rules in all of our santuaries. For Your Safety • Do not feed any animals • Stay on trails to avoid ticks and poison ivy • Do not smoke anywhere on the sanctuary • Do not pick or collect plants or crops without permission Avoid Conflicts with Wildlife • Do not bring pets, leashed or unleashed, on to the site • Picnic only in designated areas • Do not bring motorized vehicles or bicycles onto the site • Hunting, fishing, or trapping are not permitted Skunknett River Wildlife Sanctuary Walking the tree-lined trails at Skunknett River, you can witness nature reclaiming former mill sites and explore a fragrant Atlantic White Cedar swamp. e name "Skunknett" comes from an Algonquin word that means "a fishing place for eel." Indeed, American Eels may be seen in the sanctuary's waterways. 144 acres. Nature Center/Trail Hours: Trails open every day, dawn to dusk Location: Bumps River Road, Barnstable, MA., 508-362-7475; longpasture@massaudubon.org Long Pasture Wildlife Sanctuary Sandy beaches, butterfly-filled meadows, woodland trails, and farm animals combine to make Long Pasture a unique experience on Cape Cod. Gentle, varied trails lead to what some have called a "million dollar view," with Barnstable Harbor flanked by the dunes of Sandy Neck Barrier Beach. Explore our expansive tidal flats and join us for a kayak tour, boat cruise, or family nature program. 110 acres. Nature Center/Trail Hours: Trails open every day, dawn to dusk, Parking, Education Programs Picnicking, Information Kiosk, Trail Map Location: 345 Bone Hill Road, Barnstable, 508-362-7475, longpasture@massaudubon.org

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