Monitors Needed for Osprey, Horsehoe Crabs

Spring means osprey nesting and horseshoe crab spawning, and Felix Neck is looking for volunteers to keep an eye on the animals.

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MVYouth Awards $1.35 Million to Ice Arena, Felix Neck

The Martha’s Vineyard Arena and Felix Neck Wildlife Sanctuary will complete major capital campaigns this year thanks to $1.35 million in expansion grants announced Tuesday by MVYouth.

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Full Moon Owl Prowl
On Thursday, Jan. 12, Felix Neck is hosting a full moon owl prowl from 6 to 7 p.m.
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Felix Neck Fall Festival

Felix Neck will hold its fall festival on Friday, Nov. 25 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the sanctuary.

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Sky's the Limit, But a Roof Helps Too
In September, Felix Neck started a capital campaign to raise $200,000 to build a second barn for Fern and Feather Day camp.
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Fall Festival Is the Natural Choice

The Felix Neck Fall Festival is nothing to quack about; the 35-year-old tradition is back again with a duck theme. On the Friday following Thanksgiving, crowds of people will gather at Felix Neck for a celebration of wildlife, autumn and community.

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Hayrides, Owls, and Wreaths at Felix Neck Fall Festival

After a morning of snow flurries and bitter cold, the sun was finally shining on Felix Neck’s Fall Festival. Hearty festival goers turned out for a day of making garlands and wreaths, hay rides and a close look at owls.

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Felix Neck Fall Festival Is Friday
Felix Neck Wildlife Sanctuary gives thanks for the outdoors from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 28.
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A Multi-Generational Celebration of Fern and Feather Day Camp

Those of all ages and species joined the celebration at Felix Neck Wildlife Sanctuary Sunday in honor of 50 years of the sanctuary’s popular Fern and Feather day camp. Former campers brought their children. Gus Ben David brought a cane toad.

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Campers of a Feather Flock Together
Through a twig archway in a pocket of the forest, 
a group of children played in the dirt and on some old tree stumps. In the background of their play space, known fondly as secret spot number two, stood several stick structures, remnants from the past year. Last summer, the older campers at Felix Neck Wildlife Sanctuary’s Fern and Feather Day Camp built the forts for their traditional Thursday night sleep-out. This year they are territory for the younger kids to explore.
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