Join the New England Coastal Wildlife Alliance (NECWA) for an all day marine excursion to view seabirds, whales, dolphins, basking sharks and ocean sunfish along the Mass coast, Sunday, June 13 from 8-4. NECWA is a volunteer, non-profit organization. All trip proceeds go to support marine wildlife research, education and conservation.
Enjoy our guided wildlife commentary by David Clapp (Natural History Services), Jim Sweeney (South Shore Bird Club) and Joanne Jarzobski (Capt. John Boats). Travel aboard the “Tails of the Sea”, a 110’ luxury commercial whale-watching vessel owned and operated by Capt. John Boats (www.captjohn.com).
Leave from the Plymouth Town Pier at 8 am and return by 4 pm. While offshore, we will conduct a plankton tow and demonstrations, chumming for seabirds and a free onboard nature raffle.
Tickets: Pre-Sale $90 and then $100 after May 31, 2010. Go to www.necwa.org to download the registration form. Space is limited to ensure lots of viewing room along the rail. Group rates available. For more trip information, call Krill at 508-566-0009.
This marine adventure is an annual fundraising event for NECWA and supports marine wildlife education, research and conservation in the New England area. Assistance provided by Capt. John Boats, Mass Audubon South Shore Sanctuaries, South Shore Bird Club, Natural History Services and Bridgewater State College.