Learn about ECF’s Bird Box Monitoring Program. Volunteers are welcome.
It is quite uncertain how many monarchs will migrate to the Northeast this year. But it is important to be ready for them with plantings of marsh milkweed and butterfly weed, as well as other native flowering plants for the nectar and reproduction.
The year before last was a terrible road kill year for Eastham’s diamondback terrapins. The new Habitat Improvement Program (HIP) has made a huge difference for the terrapins.
Thanks to conservation-minded owners (who qualified for and received a valuable State of MA conservation land credit, as well as tax deductions), individual donors and several grant organizations, ECF closed on this wonderful land in January 2019, which will now be protected forever from development.
The Eastham Conservation Foundation is proud to announce that on January 31 it finalized the purchase of the 1.6-acre property on Sims Way, Eastham that borders the upper reaches of Rock Harbor salt marsh just off Dyer Prince Road.