This week at Wreck Pond - Construction was halted for a few days due to excessive winds and stormy conditions in the ocean (see photos above!). It will begin again once conditions are suitable and crews will finish building the coffer dam around the work area. The crane pad is nearly complete. Another week of seining was completed as well with a new catch of a sea horse! No alewife were captured, but hundreds of bay anchovy were captured. In previous years, the migration of juvenile alewife has been correlated with the occurrence of bay anchovy in the Pond. We will try again next Friday, October 14th at 10 AM. Contact Zack Royle at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in joining us for the survey.
We will be holding our first training session for Wreck Pond Citizen Science Monitors on October 22nd from 10 AM - 1 PM! Join us for snacks and beverages and learn how you can participate in this exciting new program and help us gain valuable information and data on water level, temperature, salinity and the presence and abundance of wildlife. Contact Zack at email@example.com for more information or to sign up for the training event!