Unfortunately, we have to cancel the Beach Walk due to Patriots, weather and an unforeseen health issue! Best and stay safe! We will schedule another talk as soon as the health issue is resolved! Go Pats!
As I See It Bill Sargent, The Daily News of Newburyport, Edition January 11, 2019 On Nov. 4 I, drove to Plum Island’s North Point to investigate more clues in the case of the riddle in the sand. A late October storm … Continue reading →
Bill Sargent will lead a 60-minute tour of Plum Island’s North Point Beach on Martin Luther King’s day, Monday, January 21st at 10 AM. Meet at the North Point parking lot. Bring cameras, curiosity and a keen sense of humor. Discover … Continue reading →
“In 2018 William Sargent finished his fourth book about the politics of erosion on Plum Island and needed to clear his head. So he decided to embark on a series of rambles from New Hampshire to Gloucester, Massachusetts. ” “His … Continue reading →
The last plover chick fledged this week! That brings us to a total of 46 fledglings (i.e. chicks that learned to fly) from 21 successful nests. As most of the piping plovers have left the area, the refuge beach opened … Continue reading →
As I See It, Bill Sargent, The Daily News of Newburyport, Edition August 17, 2018 “On July 22, one of Boston’s public radio stations, WBUR, presented a well-crafted story about fighting erosion on Plum Island (Part 2 of the story is ‘Entrench Or … Continue reading →
As I See It, Bill Sargent, The Daily News of Newburyport, Edition August 4, 2018 “June 24 was a warm, sultry summer day. The afternoon sun glinted off the tightly packed cottages that dotted Great Neck and two tall wind turbines … Continue reading →
NOAA Fisheries Feature Story “Because horseshoe crabs are so important as a food source for shorebirds, as bait, and for human health, their harvest is closely managed.” Please click here to read article. More Information Bill Sargent wrote an excellent … Continue reading →