November 14-16th, 2014

The Provincetown Hotel at Gabriel’s

Join us for a brilliant weekend of birding and tracking to benefit Wild CareCape Cod.

With Vern Laux: Ornithologist and Senior Naturalist at the Linda Loring Foundation on Nantucket and the host of WCAI’s “Bird News.” .

Red Fox (Vulpes vulpes)

Red Fox (Vulpes vulpes)

Peter Alden, Writer and naturalist with over twenty years of birding, biodiversity & eco-touring experience.

Diane Boretos: Master Tracker, Certified Wetland Scientist & Call of the Wild Consulting and Environmental Services.

Jonathan Way:  Eastern Coyote/Coywolf Researcher, writer, head of Eastern Coyote/Coywolf Research, researcher with the Yellowstone Ecological Research Center

The tip of Cape Cod is surrounded by a hundred square miles of pristine seashore, forest and dunes.
Learn about its wild inhabitants of both land, sea and sky in this unique and special setting.

Itinerary includes tracking and interactive talks about birds, whales and mammals of Cape Cod. The weekend will include great food, cocktails, and two nights at the luxurious historic Provincetown Hotel at Gabriel’s located in the heart of town.

100% of the proceeds from this event to go towards helping Wild Care Cape Cod a Wildlife Rehab Center who’s mission is to help injured, orphaned and ill Cape Cod Wildlife. Wild Care of Cape Cod is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit corporation located in Eastham, Massachusetts.

$600 for singles, $700-$900 per couple

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Space is extremely limited to make this as intimate an experience as possible.
For more information call Elizabeth at 508-487-2779 or email

“Come forth into the light of things, Let Nature be your teacher.”William Wordsworth

Thank you to our sponsors: Napis Restaurant, Farland Provisions, Gordon Grimes of Sysco Foods, Pennies Market, Seamens Bank

The highlights of Birds, Beds, and Breakfast 2013

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