Snowy Owl

Snowy Owl on Cape Cod by Carl Jacobs

Provincetown is a wonderful destination in the fall.  The town is still open but at a quieter and easier pace. Yes! Shops, restaurants and venues are available. This is also the time of year for our annual Birds, Beds and Breakfast all-inclusive benefit weekend for Wild Care Cape Cod.

Do you enjoy being outside in nature? Walk near the marshes and discover an otters path or notice a coyote or red fox  track. Take a short trip to Race Point Beach and be surrounded by the sound of the sea while identifying some of the pelagic birds with our naturalists as they migrate from Canada to South America for the winter. The sunsets are even more spectacular this time of year at Herring Cove.  Yes, the trees change color,  just like up north.

Get ready to embark on an inspiring weekend with the Provincetown Hotel at Gabriel’s as your host for our 2nd annual Birds, Beds and Breakfast weekend, November 14-16.

 

 

 

Led by the three amazing naturalist experts in their fields, Vern Laux, Peter Alden and Diane Boretos, they promise to open your eyes wide to Cape Cod’s natural heritage.  This all inclusive weekend (accommodations, meals, workshops, get togethers, walks, and more) is $600 for singles and $700 to $900 for couples.

But that’s not all!

100% of the proceeds from the event are donated to  Wild Care Cape Cod, our regional non-profit rescue and rehabilitation center for orphaned, injured and ill wildlife.

For more information and to make a reservation, contact Elizabeth at 508.487.2779 or write elizabethbrooke@mac.com.  Space is extremely limited, so reserve now.