Join us on April 30th for a Save the Frogs Day event at Sandy Neck Beach 10am-12pm.
Amphibians are some of the most vulnerable species in the world, and they are being depleted at an alarming rate worldwide. Come learn more about these intriguing creatures, and their importance in the environment. We will explore the beautiful vernal pools of Sandy Neck and look for signs of Spring amphibian activity including the rare Eastern Spadefoot Toad, a threatened species in the state of Massachusetts. Along the way will will pick up trash and help maintain the beauty and productivity of these majestic wetlands that dot the forests and dune swales of Sandy Neck Beach.
Meet at the Sandy Neck Gatehouse. This event is free. More more information, call the Gatehouse @ 508-362-8300