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Salt Marshes of Cape Cod, a Mass Audubon Talk

On Saturday, May 14 at 2PM in the Hermann Room, come listen to Mass Audubon’s Long Pasture Sanctuary Director, Ian Ives, talk about Cape Cod’s important salt marshes.

Salt marshes are some of the most biologically rich communities in the world since they serve as nurseries for many species of fish and shellfish. With increasing coastal development, many of Cape Cod’s salt marshes have become degraded, something that affects both animals and humans. Learn more about these rich habitats, the creatures within them and how they protect us from flooding and storm events.

This is the second of a three-lecture series by Mass Audubon specialists at the library this spring.  All are suitable for teens and adults.  No registration is necessary, but if you would like further information, contact the reference department at 508-457-2555 ext. 6 or email  All lectures are free, thanks to generous support from the Trustees of the Falmouth Public Library.

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