Environment

In Memory of Suzanne Sinaiko
Suzanne’s Secret Gardens in Provincetown
August 20, 2014

Suzanne‘s Garden, located at 608 Commercial Street, is a wonderful place to sit and experience quiet enjoyment in Provincetown. Late Provincetown resident Suzanne Sinaiko was known for her ample garden and arbor  in the East End.  Her family has since sold the garden to the town.  All are welcome to sit and peruse this lovely respite of Continue Reading

The ranger booth at the entrance to Herring Cove
What is the Most Popular Beach in Provincetown?
July 9, 2014

Answer: Herring Cove, hands down. Around the bend from Race Point, Herring Cove offers a protected beach that is ideal for those who want to enjoy the sea without challenging waves and unpredictable undertows. This beach is also usually warmer and less windy than Race Point. Traditionally the right hand side of the beach attracts Continue Reading

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Which is the Best Beach in Provincetown?
June 16, 2014

According to TripAdvisor, Race Point Beach in the Cape Cod National Seashore, has been awarded one of the Top 25 beaches in the United States. Along with the Provincetown Hotel at Gabriel’s, awarded one of the top 10 accommodations by BedandBreakfast.com, you can’t go wrong in deciding to make a trip to Provincetown and staying Continue Reading

Photo by Jim Fenton
Piping Plover in Provincetown
June 13, 2014

The Piping Plover, a beautiful, small shorebird, is listed as threatened under the Endangered Species Act both federally and in the State of Massachusetts. There are less than 2,000 pairs along the Atlantic coast.  With its miles of undeveloped beaches, Cape Cod National Seashore supports about 15% of the Massachusetts breeding population. Much of the Continue Reading

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Bird Watching in Provincetown
October 18, 2012

Provincetowns Beech Forest in the Cape Cod National Seashore (CCNS) is a national mecca for birders because it is a major resting stop for the semi annual shore and seabird migrations along the East Coast flyway. Provincetowns geographical significance to this migration rests on the simple fact that it sticks forty miles out to sea. Continue Reading

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