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Cape Ann Vernal Pond

The Cape Ann  Vernal Pond Team is a non-profit volunteer organization dedicated to vernal pond conservation and education since 1990.cavpt 2013 newsletter

Our focus is vernal ponds.  The issue is the preservation of wildlife habitat, which is ultimately about the health of the planet.

The temporary nature of vernal ponds often belies their importance. Countless plants and animals live in vernal ponds. Insects, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals visit to drink, feed, breed and nest. Some species such as spotted salamanders, wood frogs and fairy shrimp are totally dependent on this habitat.

Check out our past newsletters: 2015; 2014; 2013; 2012; 2011; 2010; and 2009.

Upcoming Events


Annual Yard Sale

9am-1pm Rain date- June 2 Cape Ann Vernal Pond Team/ Kestrel Educational Adventures Annual Yard Sale St. Peter's Square, Gloucester MA Please drop off donation items between 7-9am on the day of the sale. No computers, TVs or junk please


Snakes of New England and the World- one hour live animal presentation for Riverfest.

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