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Cape Cod Museum of Natural History in the News

 

July 19, 2021

Leo Cakounes talks to Robert Dwyer, President and Executive Director at the Cape Cod Museum Of Natural History, about serving the public during the pandemic and finally opening for the 2021 season; offering many of the old programs and exhibits along with new features.


June 24, 2021

Cape Codder Forest bathing, Butterfly House at CCMNH


June 22, 2021

Cape Cod Museum's Virtual Forum to Explore Responses to Rising Sea Levels


May 26, 2021

After a year without butterflies gliding through the butterfly house, the Cape Cod Museum of Natural History in Brewster this week began preparing its popular attraction for its fifth season by releasing the first batch of painted ladies and swallowtails -- and readying the house for a new pod-based visitation model, designed to help visitors navigate more comfortably in the new territory of a re-opened summer season.

Post-COVID Butterflies Spread Their Wings from Lower Cape TV on Vimeo.


October 17, 2020

What better way to celebrate Archeology Month than with a trip back through pre-history at Brewster's Wing Island and the Cape Cod Museum of Natural History?

Ten Thousand Years on Wing Island (CC) from Lower Cape TV on Vimeo.


September 22, 2020

Thornton Burgess Characters Come to Life in Harrison Cady’s Artwork


May 12, 2020

Leo Cakounes of WXTK-FM Spectrum speaks with Bob Dwyer, President and Executive Director of the Cape Cod Museum of Natural History, who reviews all the Museum has to offer including an osprey live stream, aquarium and natural trails with guided tours. Dwyer also talks about the launching of a fund raising campaign to help feed the animals durning Covid-19 shutdown.