It’s cold outside and you may want a respite from the winter weather.

Click here for a virtual tour of the newest member of the Cape Cod Museum Trail, the Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary.

There’s no better way to experience the beauty and educational opportunities at Wellfleet Bay than by spending some time here. But for those who can’t make it here or would like a sneak preview of the breath-taking landscapes, the wildlife, our natural history summer day camp, and the many citizen science projects, please click here to  view The Sanctuary.

This short film was created by accomplished filmmaker Chris Szwedo who’s produced and photographed a range of documentaries and films. Chris has traveled extensively throughout North America and Europe for a list of clients that includes the Mingei International Museum, San Diego; The Louvre (Les Arts Decoratifs), the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; and WNET Nature— Frogs: The Thin Green Line; and Crash: A Tale of Two Species.

Chris, who lives in nearby Eastham and is a regular visitor to Wellfleet Bay, spent nearly a year working to capture the essence of the sanctuary as well as its people.

Chris Szwedo

We hope you enjoy Chris’ film and the sights and sounds of Mass Audubon’s Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary. Afterwards, scan the program catalog for information about day camp, upcoming children, family and adult programs as well as our special week-end Cape Cod Field Schools.