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  • Gregory's Turn

    Kimi R.
    No Comments November 17, 2016

    One by one students plopped into the water and swam their best. Finally, it was Gregory’s turn.
     

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  • Week 2:  June 29-July 3

    Ocean Animal Olympics  (PM Session, 1 pm - 4 pm)

    Includes: Animal Olympic games to test for agility and survival, kayaking and snorkeling

    Compete in Ocean Animal Olympics! Learn about different animals and compete in challenges that simulate the attributes of the organisms from our underwater ecosystems. Explore the uses of antennae, claws, and beaks. Feel what it is like to be a marine mammal, compare running speed to a cheetah, and jumping ability to a kangaroo.          $215
     
  • Wish List

    NESS welcomes contributions from individuals or businesses who want to donate something more tangible than cash. Please contact our office if you would like to donate something from the list below … more

     

  • NESS-NLCB Registration

    Register today!

    Questions? Call 860-237-7491 or email NLCB@nessf.org

    Please click here to download a document with a registration form, a transportation request form if you need it, … more

     

  • Includes: fishing & boat rides    $250/week

    Summer is the best time of year for fishing, but you need the knowledge of fish habits to help narrow down the best fishing areas by boat and from shore. Open to both experienced and new anglers. Learn the basics of fishing, tying knots, baiting hooks, cleaning gear, and practicing fishing safety. Become more aware of local fisheries and fishing impacts. We practice catch and release only. Students should bring their own fishing rods and tackle ready for use. Some NESS rods are available and bait will be provided, please call to inquire.


    Morning Class:

    Mon – Friday,  9:00 am – 12:00 pm



    Week 8
    (August 10-14)


    Afternoon Class:

    Mon – Friday,  1:00 pm – 4:00 pm



    Week 2
    (June 30-July 3)
    Week 4 (July 13-17)

     
  • Fishing (ages 11-17)

    Includes: fishing & boat rides      $250/week

    Summer is the best time of year for fishing, but you need the knowledge of fish habits to help narrow down the best fishing areas by boat and from shore. Open to both experienced and new anglers.Learn the basics of fishing, tying knots, baiting hooks, cleaning gear, and practicing fishing safety. Become more aware of local fisheries and fishing impacts. We practice catch and release only. Students should bring their own fishing rods and tackle ready for use. Some NESS rods are available and bait will be provided, please call to inquire.


    Morning Class:

    Mon – Friday,  9:00 am – 12:00 pm



    Week 8
    (August 10-14)


    Afternoon Class:

    Mon – Friday,  1:00 pm – 4:00 pm



    Week 2
    (June 30-July 3)
    Week 4 (July 13-17)

     
  • Week 7 (Aug. 3-7)

    Feathered & Scaled Friends (PM Session, 1 pm - 4 pm)

    Discover the winged world of birds and aquatic realm of fish. Search for all kinds of birds that spend lots of time in or near the water, learn about bird nests and migrations, inspect fish colors and shapes, and even dissect a fish. Don’t forget to bring your best bird calls and fish grunts as we try to communicate with our new friends.

    $215/week

     
  • Exploring RI Coast (Ages 6–9)

    July 6–10, 9:00 am – Noon     $190/week 

    Includes: fishing, kayaking, boogie boarding and snorkel adventures    

    Dive deep into many local marine ecosystems including salt ponds, beach dunes, and underwater mud and sand flats.  Try your luck at fishing and crabbing as you interpret environmental signs to find the best places to catch these wild animals!  Get an exciting introduction to kayaking.