Welcome, aspiring marine scientists!
Here at DBMS, we are trying to help kids learn more about Duxbury Bay and beyond. If you like learning about sea creatures, birds and other ocean life then these classes are for you!
Marine Science Programs By Season
Here at DBMS, we provide year-round programming through our Marine Science department for kids ages 2-high school. Our largest programming season is in the summer time (June-August) where we leverage our Marine Science Lab, boat rides, kayaks and vans to explore our extraordinary marine environment.
Field Trips at DBMS
Are you looking to bring a true Marine Science element to a class you are teaching? Our Marine Science Lab and waterfront campus create the perfect site for practical, hands-on learning. With a variety of creatures, equipment and lesson plans our staff looks forward to getting your class engaged and excited to learn!
To learn more or schedule a field trip, contact Marine Science Director, Kenzie Thompson, or call (781)934-7555
Whale, hello there!
Did you know that DBMS and the Whale and Dolphin Conservation like to work together to help educate kids and adults about whales and how important they are to our oceans? In 2022, DBMS and WDC are teaming up to help you understand more about the whales in our own front yard! If you want to learn more about How Important Whales Are – continue to check back as we post throughout the year, or visit the WDC website!
Delilah is Whale and Dolphin Conservation’s (WDC) life-size inflatable whale.
Click here to learn more about North Atlantic right whales and this interactive teaching tool.
Whale News – New Right whale baby!
Never Say Never! Critically Endangered Right Whale Gives Birth Despite Chronic Entanglement
WDC recently announced their newest program…
Marine Animal Rescue and Response!
This program is getting up and running thanks to WDC staff member – Sarah McCormack, Stranding Coordinator! Click the link to learn more from Sarah about rescuing marine animals.
Carefully looking at things, or observing, is an important skill for everyone, not just scientists! Here’s a fun activity from WDC to practice your observation skills.