Marine Biology: Whale Watch

One-Week Summer Science Program

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Did you know that the Boston area is home to humpback whales, finback whales, minke whales, and even the critically endangered right whales? Come to Boston for one of your first weeks of summer to track down these incredible animals!

How cool are these creatures?! Did you know that a 60,000 pound whale can jump fully out of the water? Or that humpback whales don’t eat for 5-7 months out of the year, instead living off of their fat reserves? Here’s a fun one! Beluga whales are called the “canaries of the sea” because they communicate using whistles and chirps. And there’s so much more to learn!

This class won’t focus only on whales, You’ll explore a variety of marine life that New England is known for while getting plenty of hands-on experience!

There’s nothing like a cruise around the Boston area during peak season. Enjoy the rest of your week in the lab, in the field, and exploring Marine Biology excitement that only New England has to offer!



Students do research on a boardwalk in Boston in the Marine Biology three-week summer science program
Students do research on a boardwalk in Boston in the Marine Biology three-week summer science program

SUMMER 2023 DATES:

June 19-24, 2023, Dana Hall – Wellesley, MA  

 

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