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A public transit guide to urban birding: Take the MBTA to Boston, South Shore hotspots

The Manomet Team | April 13, 2022

By Emily Renaud Spring bird migration is ramping up across the northeast U.S., which means birders are descending upon regional hotspots to find...

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Why do so many birds flock to Manomet’s headquarters?

The Manomet Team | March 21, 2022

By Emily Renaud Situated along a migratory superhighway, Manomet’s headquarters serve as an ideal spot to see, catch, and study birds traveling annually...

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Renovations are underway at Manomet headquarters, planning for community engagement, education opportunities

The Manomet Team | March 11, 2022

By Emily Renaud When Manomet president Lizzie Schueler took the helm in 2020, she immediately noticed that some buildings on the 40-acre headquarters...

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On Cape Cod, genetic sequencing of shorebird prey could revolutionize conservation globally

The Manomet Team | March 9, 2022

By Kat J. McAlpine A team of New England scientists, supported by a U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service grant (USFWS), are embarking on...

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Meet two former Manomet U360 interns helping to drive sustainability in the energy sector

The Manomet Team | March 5, 2022

By Kat J. McAlpine The impacts our rapidly-warming world will disproportionately affect the lives of Gen Z, also known as the "climate change...

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