Osprey Nest in Record Numbers This Year
Aaron Wilson
A record number of osprey nests were reported this year on Martha’s Vineyard, marking a new milestone for the once-threatened migratory birds. Felix Neck Wildlife Sanctuary reported 106 active nests this year.
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In-Home Suppers Benefit Felix Neck
Felix Neck is teaming up with wellness entrepreneur Ky Keenan, offering catered meals to benefit the wildlife sanctuary.
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Island Youth Summit Tackles Climate Change
Students, educators and Mass Audubon staff hold their Youth Climate Summit online next week. The event is open to Island students in 5th-12th grade.
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Felix Neck Concert Benefits Bird-a-thon
Island musicians will play an all-ages Zoom concert Saturday to benefit the Mass Audubon Bird-a-thon and Felix Neck Wildlife Sanctuary.
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Felix Neck Reopens
Felix Neck Wildlife Sanctuary in Edgartown reopened its trail system Thursday. Director Suzan Bellincampi said the buildings remain closed.
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Full Moon Owl Prowl
What to do under the full moon? Pitch woo, perhaps. Or dance by the light of the moon or howl at the moon or watch moon movies: Moonstruck, Paper Moon, Moon Over Miami.
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Solar Grant for Felix Neck
Felix Neck Wildlife Sanctuary has been awarded a $30,000 TernSOLAR challenge grant from the Tern Foundation to install a second array of solar panels on their new equipment barn roof.
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Felix Neck Fall Festival
Turkey is on the menu Thanksgiving day but the next day Felix Neck puts birds of prey center stage — alive and full of talons.
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Felix Neck Preschool Set to Open

Felix Neck will be opening the doors of a new nature-based preschool on Sept. 3.

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Felix Neck, Gift to Mass. Audubon, Will be Preserve
Vineyard Gazette
George M. Moffett Jr., widely known as a yachtsman and conservationist, signed an agreement last week by which Felix Neck, more than 200 beautiful acres of widely varying terrain extending into Sengekontacket Pond, will be conveyed to the Massachusetts Audubon Society as a wildlife sanctuary. Part of the acreage is transferred immediately, and the balance will be leased to the Audubon Society until the gift is completed.
 
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