Tag Archives: Cape Cod

Terrapin Turtle Cages At The Mass Audubon Wildlife Sanctuary On Cape Cod

As you walk the trails at the Mass Audubon Wildlife Sanctuary in Wellfleet on Cape Cod, you will come across many of these little cages.

“Members of the Day Habilitation program make cages to protect the endangered Diamondback Terrapin Turtle population. This spring they made 25 cages.

These protective cages are delivered to the Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary when finished. The staff there knows just where to put the protective cages, since the turtles nest in the same areas every year.

At the end of the summer, the cages are removed after the turtles have hatched. The terrapins, about the size of a quarter, make their way back to the marshes.”

Very interesting…


Scallop Shells Under The Bridge In Eastham On Cape Cod

I always stop on the Bridge Road bridge to see what I can see in the waters below. This time I happened to look down on the rocks and see them piled high with Scallop shells.

I wonder how the shells got there. Did the Seagulls drop them on the rocks and then feast on the Scallops inside? Why were they all piled so near each other? I thought it was a great photograph and a great story… whatever it may be!

What do you think?

Our Garden At Our New Home On Cape Cod Is Blooming With Flowers!

When we moved in this past spring we planted some Rose bushes and Day Lilies in the back yard. They would be pretty and come up each year. But I had to have my favorite flower, the Zinnia. I think they are so pretty and they bloom and bloom and bloom. Now I have so many flowers, I cannot cut them all and put them in my house.

I always get the ones called “Cut & Come Again” because each time you cut a flower, two more will grow and bloom. So,k they multiply and are gorgeous!


Bird Feathers On Cape Cod

Phil and I were taking a walk from Doane Rock to Coast Guard Beach in Eastham on Cape Cod the other day. I saw this huge Red-tailed Hawk featherĀ on the trail. I thought it was so pretty that I took a photograph. I put a penny next to it so you could see how big it was.


A couple of days later I was filling our bird bath and noticed this tiny little feather floating in the water. I wonder what kind of bird it was from? So I put a penny next to it so you could see how tiny it was.

Pretty cool, huh?