On November 2, for the first time since the pandemic began, Refuge staff spoke with a tour group at our lookout point on Morris Island. Refuge Manager, Rick Nye, spoke with about 30 students and chaperones from Falmouth High School. The students visited Monomoy NWR as part of an art class which took a day trip to the Refuge and Cape Cod National Seashore. Their goal was to see firsthand our natural environment and learn about the changes which have been taking place. Rick talked about the Refuge, its mission, the type of work the biology staff conduct, sea level rise, and how the islands have changed over the past 80 years. Following their visit, the students stopped at Chatham Light to study and draw the landscapes seen there.