Bob Prescott

Bob Prescott is Director of Mass Audubon’s Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary on Cape Cod, where he is actively involved in coastal issues and research.

He has a degree in wildlife biology from the University of Massachusetts and has studied such diverse topics as whale strandings, harbor seal distribution around Cape Cod, and, most recently, the home ranges of box turtles.

Bob is also Massachusetts coordinator for the Northeast Sea Turtle Stranding Network.

His particular interests include seabirds and coastal ecosystems.

Bob has led tours throughout the world, including Baja, Costa Rica, the Galápagos Islands, Churchill, Antarctica, Belize, and Big Bend, Texas.

Bob Prescott is Director of Mass Audubon’s Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary on Cape Cod, where he is actively involved in coastal issues and research.

He has a degree in wildlife biology from the University of Massachusetts and has studied such diverse topics as whale strandings, harbor seal distribution around Cape Cod, and, most recently, the home ranges of box turtles.

Bob is also Massachusetts coordinator for the Northeast Sea Turtle Stranding Network.

His particular interests include seabirds and coastal ecosystems.

Bob has led tours throughout the world, including Baja, Costa Rica, the Galápagos Islands, Churchill, Antarctica, Belize, and Big Bend, Texas.

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