Category Archives: Events

Winter Walks with the BBC and WLT

Winter Walks with the BBC and WLT

Does winter weather get you feeling down? Do you miss spending time outside? No need to wait for spring to get outdoors and enjoy the natural world around you! I always say there is no such thing as bad weather, only bad clothing choices. So bundle up and take a walk! Programs run the 2nd… Continue Reading

The Great Auk and the Great Richard Wheeler

The Great Auk and the Great Richard Wheeler

Saturday, November 4th. 2:00 pm at the Methodist Meeting House, 495 Main Street Come meet environmentalist, master kayaker, and long-time supporter of WLT, Richard Wheeler as we join together to view his PBS Nova special movie “Haunted Cry of a Long Gone Bird” Richard paddled the migration route of the now extinct great auk and… Continue Reading

Trail Walk with our Neighboring Conservation Partners

Trail Walk with our Neighboring Conservation Partners

We have wanted to join together with our neighbors for some time now. We’re all family in spirit, after all, with a shared vision of working together to promote land conservation. At one of our recent monthly Outreach meetings, WLT volunteers were joined by Jim Bride of the Sippican Lands Trust and Halima Tiffany from… Continue Reading

Snowy Owl Talk with Norm Smith

Snowy Owl Talk with Norm Smith

Who doesn’t love North America’s largest owl? The Wareham Land Trust is thrilled to sponsor this program with Norman Smith, Director of MA Audubon’s Blue Hills Trailside Museum. Norm has been studying snowy owls and working to protect them since 1981. As part of his research, he attaches bands and transmitters to snowy owls at… Continue Reading

Learn to Quahog! Onset Harbor

Learn to Quahog! Onset Harbor

Sunday, September 24th 3:30-5:00 p.m. Learn how to dig your own quahogs (hard clams) from Buzzards Bay! During this free event at Burgess Point in Onset with the Buzzards Bay Coalition, the Wareham Land Trust, and the town of Wareham, we’ll teach you the basics of local quahogging: what you need, how to do it, and… Continue Reading

Deer Ticks: Education and Prevention

Deer Ticks: Education and Prevention

“One bite can change your life…” Did you know Plymouth County has the third highest incidence rate of Lyme in Massachusetts? Other diseases like Babesiosis, Anaplasmosis, Relapsing Fever, and now Powassan virus can all be serious as well. Come to this FREE program and learn more about ticks and how tick-borne diseases can be completely… Continue Reading

Onset Bay Association Street Painting Festival

Onset Bay Association Street Painting Festival

Visit the Wareham Land Trust booth at the Onset Bay Association’s Chalk-Full-O’-Fun street painting festival! We’ll have a prize for the artist that best represents the natural beauty of Wareham and Onset. Sunday August 27th, 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. at the Onset Band Shell Crafts, food, live music 12-4. There is a $5 registration… Continue Reading

Wareham Swan Festival

Wareham Swan Festival

We’ll be there! Saturday, July 29th. 8:30-4:30.  Stop by and say hello. Our table will be set up near our office on Main Street. We’ll have t-shirts for sale and information for anyone considering joining. We are always looking for new members to help us with our ongoing conservation efforts and educational programs. More information… Continue Reading

Bird Walk with MA Audubon and Trail Clean-Up

Bird Walk with MA Audubon and Trail Clean-Up

Yes, the early bird gets the worm or in this case gets to see some birds! Join us for a bird walk! Saturday July 15th 7 am – 9 am at Great Neck Wildlife Sanctuary   Volunteers from Mass Audubon will lead us on a walk through the sanctuary identifying various species of birds by… Continue Reading

Building a Bat House

Building a Bat House

Just in time for Father’s Day…. BAT HOUSE BUILDING WORKSHOP Saturday June 10th 9 am – 1 pm Wareham Free Library 59 Marion Road, Wareham   Batting around ideas for things to do with dad this Father’s Day? Join the Wareham Land Trust for an interactive workshop where you will build your very own bat… Continue Reading

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