January 17 | 5:30 - 6:30 pm
February 14 | 6 - 7 pm
Members: $7/family or group;
Nonmembers: $10/family or group
Take a closer look at the night sky through stargazing and story telling. Mark Alan Lovewell will point out the cosmic happenings each month.
DINE TO DONATE AT OFFSHORE ALE
Thursday, January 25th
Lunch: 11:30 am - 4:00 pm
Dinner: 5:00 - 8:30 pm
Come to Offshore Ale in Oak Bluffs for a Dine to Donate event benefitting our nature-based Pre School Start up fund! 20% of
pre-tax proceeds will be go directly to Felix Neck! Must present Dine to Donate ticket to qualify (Available at the Felix Neck Nature Center or online on our Facebook page),
FULL MOON OWL PROWL
Wednesday, January 31 | 5:30 – 6:30 pm
Monday, March 12 | 7 – 8 pm
Members: $5; Nonmembers: $10
Hoo’s out there? Owls silently fly through our
island woods and fields. Join us at Felix Neck for a bright moon walk about to look for, listen to, and learn about these nocturnal birds.
FEBRUARY VACATION PROGRAMS
Tuesday - Friday | 9 am – 3 pm
Children in grades K - 5
Members: $65/day; Nonmembers: $75/day
Join us for winter fun and exploration during your vacation week! We’ll search for tracks and signs of Vineyard creatures and learn how different animals survive the season.
Tuesday, February 27: Mammal-rama
Wednesday, February 28: Adapt!
Thursday, March 1: Feathered Fun
Friday, March 2: Nature Sense
Come one day or all four!
$10 discount when you sign up for all four days!
Registration required. www.massaudubon.org
FERN AND FEATHER DAY CAMP
Registration Opens January 2!
Early registration is encouraged to secure your preferred dates.
Visit massaudubon.org/felixneckcamp to register online or call 508-627-4850.
Fern and Feather Day Camp encourages children’s lasting curiosity and care for the natural world. Campers have fun and make friends as they explore forest, field, marsh, pond, and seashore habitats. Outdoor games, hands-on nature activities, wildlife observations, hikes, stories, crafts, and camp songs make Fern and Feather a one-of-a-kind summer experience! Explore the nature of Martha’s Vineyard at our 350-acre wildlife sanctuary!