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Cape Cod National Seashore

Boogie boarding, surfing, tanning – what more could you want? Oh, there’s more to Cape Cod than just sun and sand.

Bring an experienced naturalist along with you as you explore the ins and outs of the Cape’s natural areas. Use your iPod Touch or iPhone to carry insightful videos or audio podcasts that share the natural and cultural world of Cape Cod.

Using video podcasts, NaturePods give you the expertise of a ranger right in your – swimsuit?

Authors, Jody Anastasio and Bridget Macdonald share their combined knowledge about the cultural and natural riches of the Cape. Experienced seasonal National Park Service rangers, they will take you to kettle ponds, beach ruins, and saltmarshes and more. They’ll tell you which beach is best for seal watching and where to find shipwreck remains.

Download Bridget and Jody to your iPhone or iPod Touch and benefit from their expertise the next time you visit Cape Cod.

Here’s What You Get

  • Over 120 minutes of informative insider’s information
  • Organized into 44, 1 to 5 minute narratives
  • Easily searched, so you can listen to whatever you want to whenever you want
  • Historic photos
  • Scenic landscape, wildlife, and plant photos
  • Content approved by the National Park Service

Here’s What You Learn

  • Native American creation story of the Cape
  • Geologic creation description of the Cape
  • Establishment of the The Saints (later to be called Pilgrims) at Plimoth Colony
  • Creation of the lighthouse system on Cape Cod
  • learn of lighthouse keepers, lifesavers, artists, fishermen, and whalers
  • Guglielmo Marconi’s successful transmission across the ocean
  • What to look for and appreciate at each of the National Seashore’s 6 public beaches
  • Marine and Freshwater ecosystems on the Cape
  • Wildlife to see in the water and on land

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Jody Anastasio & Bridget Macdonald

Jody Anastasio lives in Provincetown, Massachusetts and works for Cape Cod National Seashore. She enjoys the diversity of habitat and rich cultural history of the Cape. Bridget Macdonald spent her first summer on Cape Cod just weeks after she was born, and has returned every year, working for the past six as an interpretive ranger at Cape Cod National Seashore. Read More.