Mark your calendars, everyone! Tomorrow evening, Wednesday May 19, is the first program in Avalon’s new Beachside Science at Surfside Park series – “What is a Barrier Island and Why Are Living Fossils Here?”.
The Jersey Shore is more than just sandy beaches – the barrier islands here are an entire unique ecosystem! This lecture is an introduction to what exactly makes up a barrier island and why they’re so important. In addition we’ll discuss and meet the Horseshoe Crab, one of the oldest and most important animals found locally.
This free program – co-sponsored by the Avalon Environmental Commission and Avalon Free Public Library and presented by The Wetlands Institute – takes place at Avalon’s Surfside Park, 30th Street and the beach in Avalon on the third Wednesdays of the month from May – September, 2021, at 6:00pm.
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“Beachside Science at Surfside Park” is a brand new program to Avalon in 2021. Presented by the Wetlands Institute of Stone Harbor, and sponsored by the Avalon Environmental Commission, you will have multiple opportunities to learn the “Secrets of the Beach: Creatures Who Share Our
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