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Marion Natural History Museum7 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum’s Coastal Explorations group wishes to thank wildlife tracker Jennifer Carlino for showing us a little about different types of wildlife sign. Burrows, tracks, pellets, and scat were all inspected to determine what types of wildlife use Washburn park as their habitat. Photo courtesy Elizabeth Leidhold
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Marion Natural History Museum7 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum’s Coastal Explorations group wishes to thank wildlife tracker Jennifer Carlino for showing us a little about different types of wildlife sign. Burrows, tracks, pellets, and scat were all inspected to determine what types of wildlife use Washburn park as their habitat. Photo courtesy Elizabeth Leidhold
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Marion Natural History Museum7 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum’s Coastal Explorations group wishes to thank wildlife tracker Jennifer Carlino for showing us a little about different types of wildlife sign. Burrows, tracks, pellets, and scat were all inspected to determine what types of wildlife use Washburn park as their habitat. Photo courtesy Elizabeth Leidhold
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Marion Natural History Museum7 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum’s Coastal Explorations group wishes to thank wildlife tracker Jennifer Carlino for showing us a little about different types of wildlife sign. Burrows, tracks, pellets, and scat were all inspected to determine what types of wildlife use Washburn park as their habitat. Photo courtesy Elizabeth Leidhold
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Marion Natural History Museum7 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum’s Coastal Explorations group wishes to thank wildlife tracker Jennifer Carlino for showing us a little about different types of wildlife sign. Burrows, tracks, pellets, and scat were all inspected to determine what types of wildlife use Washburn park as their habitat. Photo courtesy Elizabeth Leidhold
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Marion Art Center Opening7 viewsThe Marion Art Center opened its latest exhibition of artists Leslie Baker and Tucker Aufranc with a reception on July 17. Baker, based in Martha’s Vineyard, showcased her series “Now and Then,” a series of monotypes and paintings that represent the artist’s interpretation of “observable change and preserving a moment.” Photo by Jean Perry
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Marion Art Center Opening1 viewsThe Marion Art Center opened its latest exhibition of artists Leslie Baker and Tucker Aufranc with a reception on July 17. Baker, based in Martha’s Vineyard, showcased her series “Now and Then,” a series of monotypes and paintings that represent the artist’s interpretation of “observable change and preserving a moment.” Photo by Jean Perry
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Marion Art Center Opening1 viewsThe Marion Art Center opened its latest exhibition of artists Leslie Baker and Tucker Aufranc with a reception on July 17. Baker, based in Martha’s Vineyard, showcased her series “Now and Then,” a series of monotypes and paintings that represent the artist’s interpretation of “observable change and preserving a moment.” Photo by Jean Perry
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Marion Art Center Opening1 viewsThe Marion Art Center opened its latest exhibition of artists Leslie Baker and Tucker Aufranc with a reception on July 17. Baker, based in Martha’s Vineyard, showcased her series “Now and Then,” a series of monotypes and paintings that represent the artist’s interpretation of “observable change and preserving a moment.” Photo by Jean Perry
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Marion Natural History Museum2 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum summer program learns what to look for when tracking terrapins. Many thanks to Don Lewis and Sue Wieber Nourse for sharing their expertise with us. We are confident that these budding naturalists will be keeping their eyes open for more evidence of these remarkable animals along our beaches. Photo courtesy of Turtle Journal & Cape Cod Consultants
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Marion Natural History Museum2 viewsUsing a life size model, the Coastal Explorations group learned how to weigh tern chicks with help from state wildlife biologist Megan Gensler. Photo Courtesy Elizabeth Leidhold
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Marion Natural History Museum2 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum's Coastal Exploration summer program had a guest speaker from the Department of Fisheries and Wildlife in anticipation of our trip to Bird Island next week. We received some background on the importance of our local nesting sites, and learned how to weigh "tern" eggs and baby tern chicks. Many thanks to wildlife biologist Megan Gensler for sharing her time and expertise to work with our group. Photo Courtesy Elizabeth Leidhold
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