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Membership Special

Not a Mass Audubon member? Join today to save 50% on a full year of membership. Enjoy free admission to our wildlife sanctuaries, and many other great benefits.

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Join Bird-a-thon

Our annual fundraiser where teams of birders spend 24 hours trying to spot the most species in Massachusetts will kick off at 6 pm on May 16.

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Fund for Nature

Donations to Mass Audubon’s annual fund enable Mass Audubon staff and volunteers to carry out our important work.

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Celebrate Spring

The season brings endless opportunities to enjoy the wonders of nature. Join us for a program or explore on your own.

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Special Events

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Wildlife Information

Nature & Wildlife

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Wondering why woodpeckers knock? Not sure what to do if you have a bat in your house? See our Nature & Wildlife FAQs and get the answer to these questions and more.

Get Outdoors

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At Mass Audubon you can walk along miles of scenic trails, participate in a variety of programs and special events, and get involved in local advocacy efforts.

Our Wildlife Sanctuaries

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Ready for some outdoor adventure?

We’ve got all kinds of fun programs and activities for you and your friends and family! Learn More

Summer Camps

At Mass Audubon's summer camps, children spend time outdoors, discover the natural world, meet new friends, play noncompetitive games, and have fun! With 17 day camps and Wildwood, our overnight camp, there's a Mass Audubon camp in your neighborhood. 
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Outdoor Almanac

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Every day brings new wonders. What does Mother Nature have in store for us in the coming weeks? Find out everything from the phases of the moon to wildlife happenings in our Outdoor Almanac.

School & Groups

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Experience the wild side of Massachusetts with our exciting school and group programs, which teach children about nature in fun and interactive ways. Learn more

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