September 19th | 4:00 - 6:30 pm
Members: $30; Nonmembers: $35
Get outside and get thirsty on a naturalist-guided walk at Felix Neck Wildlife Sanctuary. Gain insight into plants and local products used to brew Bad Martha’s beer, then head over to their Farmers Brewery in Edgartown for a flight with us. Participants must be 21 or over.
THE NATURE OF MARTHA’S VINEYARD BOOK EVENTS
Sunday, September 28th | 2pm The Carnegie, Edgartown
Sanctuary Director, Suzan Bellincampi’s newest book, The Nature of Martha’s Vineyard is a gathering of the best of Suzan’s nature columns over the last sixteen plus years and includes stunning full-color photographs by talented Island photographer Tim Johnson.
Copies are available at the The Shop at Felix Neck, Island bookstores, and online at massaudubon.org/natureofMV
NURSERY SCHOOL NATURALISTS
AT THE EDGARTOWN LIBRARY
Wednesdays October 2 - October 30 | 10:30 - 11:30 am
FREE to the public!
Join us Thursday mornings at the Edgartown Library. Watch the season unfold as we see days grow shorter and leaves change color through stories, crafts, walks, live animal presentations, and more!
CLIMATE CAFES: MAKING THE SWITCH
Select Sundays | 2pm
October 20 | Waterside Market: Energy
November 17 | MV Public Charter School: Food
December 15 | The Covington: Waste
Conversations That Matter!
Gather for a coffee and student-led community conversations about local environmental issues and climate-related topics at different coffee shops. Don’t forget to bring your mug!
Hosted by students of Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School, Martha’s Vineyard Public Charter School and Felix Neck.
Friday, November 29 | 11 am - 3 pm
Raindate: Saturday, November 30 | 11 am - 3 pm
Members: $6; Nonmembers: $10;
Children under 3: FREE
Join us for our 39th Annual Fall Festival! This celebration of fall is a Vineyard tradition held the day after Thanksgiving. With hayrides, face-painting, live music, food, crafts for kids, live animals and
trail walks there is something for everyone
and fun to be had by the whole family!
Funded, in part, by the Massachusetts Office of Travel and Tourism
Monday - Friday, May 1 - October 31
Members: $35/kayak; Nonmembers: $45/kayak
Enjoy Sengekontacket Pond at your own pace on this self-guided tour. Rhyming quest clues (think: treasure hunt!) will help you uncover the story of the Pond’s people, places, and wildlife.
ACCESS-ABLE GUIDED TOURS
By appointment, Monday - Friday 9 - 4 pm
Call to Schedule 508.627.4850
FREE with Sanctuary Admission
Our Access-Able program provides an opportunity to explore Felix Neck to those with limited mobility. Led by Sanctuary staff on our golf cart, this one-hour guided tour will highlight the property’s woodlands, marshes, and beach habitats. Registration is required and groups are limited to three people.
Made possible thanks to Vineyard Golf Club
Volunteer & Other Opportunities
CITIZEN SCIENCE OPPORTUNITIES
Citizen science provides an incredible opportunity to get involved with the Sanctuary. Through these projects, we monitor wildlife and provide the basis for future conservation action through land management decisions, advocacy, and education. At Felix Neck, we focus on horseshoe crabs, osprey, breeding birds, coastal waterbirds, odonates, and salamanders. Visit www.massaudubon.org/felixneck or contact Liz Dengenis at (508) 627-4850 or email@example.com for more information.
Whether you have a lifelong interest in nature or are just getting started, Felix Neck has a place for you. Give us a call to learn more about the variety of opportunities available. Our volunteer application is available online.
Visit www.massaudubon.org/felixneck or call (508) 627-4850 to get involved!
Members: $150; Nonmembers: $225
Make your child’s birthday truly memorable this year by having a party at Felix Neck. Parties include a one-hour educational program led by our staff and one-hour use of our Discovery Room. Bring your own cake and ice cream to complement a fun and educational experience! We have a carry-in/carry-out policy. Recommended for ages 4+; Maximum group size: 15 children.
Visit www.massaudubon.org/felixneck or call (508) 627-4850 to learn more!