Shark Night in Duxbury, MA

The Duxbury Bay Maritime School, Photo/New England Boating, Tom Richardson

The Duxbury Bay Maritime School of Duxbury Bay, Massachusetts, will welcome John Chisholm of the Massachusetts Division of Marine Fisheries, who will explain how and why Duxbury is a sand tiger shark hot spot.

The lecture will take place Sunday, February 19, at 4:00 p.m. at the Duxbury Bay Maritime School.

To learn more:

Duxbury, MA: Sand Tiger Central

Marine biologist John Chisholm poses with a 15-pound sand tiger caught in Duxbury Bay. Photo courtesy John Chisholm, Mass. Div. of Marine Fisheries.

Chisholm is a fisheries biologist, as well as a nature photographer and videographer. Since 2006, he has been studying the sand tiger sharks of the Duxbury/Kingston/Plymouth Bay network. His earliest research began with the discovery of a shark in a local saltwater pond. Since then, he and his team have tagged hundreds of sand tigers in the 3’ to 4’ range.

Admission to the lecture is free, and light refreshments will be served.

Contact Information:

Email: betsey@duxburybeach.com or  tammy@duxburybeach.com

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