Nature Lecture Series

Bayshore Waterfront Park Activity Center, Port Monmouth 

Nature Lecture Series  

Join us for a series of eye-opening talks by Park System Naturalists and discover what’s lurking in the coastal waters of Monmouth County. The presentations are designed to inform the public of current issues, ecology and science research, and to inspire appreciation for the local natural world. FREE!

Here's what's planned:  

What Exactly Are Mollusks?  
Thursday, August 29 from 7-8 p.m.   
If you are going to the beach this summer or have eaten seafood in the past, chances are pretty good you have encountered members of the phylum Mollusca, but didn’t know it. Mollusks are not fish, but are common critters long the Jersey Shore, from squid, scallops, snails, oysters and clams (a favorite ingredient in chowders), there are more than 100,000 known species of mollusks. Join us for a fun evening as we discover the life and times of these many surprising spineless species.

For more information about any of these offerings, please call Bayshore Waterfront Park at 732-787-3033, ext. 2#.