isiting the National Seashore offers visitors "look quick!" moments to observe wild animals in their natural habitats. Whether it's the rush of a peregrine to her ledge nest at Kehoe Beach or a humble brush rabbit sunning in a clearing, some opportunities only last a short time. This year PRNSA has made much of our time, hosting thousands of school children to the Park in our day programs and camps, ramping up new programs, holding scores of classes in our Field Institute, holding author events, talks, and workshops, and working with the Park staff to study and protect our natural systems.
e have also faced many challenges but we have run toward them, not away. We remain resilient and optimistic. However,
we do need your support to flourish and meet our goals
. There is still work to be done in 2020.
lease consider making your year-end contribution today online by clicking the link below.
The clock is ticking; the rabbit is leaping; coyotes are on the prowl. Protect the things you love by sending your year-end contribution while there's still time.
If you have already made a contribution this year, we thank you for supporting our work and valuing the National Seashore.
We wish you a very Happy New Year
full of wonderful moments!