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Giving Thanks

It's because of people like you that we can continue working every day to protect wildlife, conserve land, and teach children and adults about nature. From all of us at Mass Audubon: Thank you!

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Two years ago it was snowy owls. Last year sea turtles. What will this winter have in store for nature lovers? Don't miss a beat.

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Our wildlife sanctuaries across the state offer more than 100 miles of trails waiting for you to explore. See what makes the nature of Massachusetts so unique.

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Special Events

Felix Neck Wildlife Sanctuary
November 27, 2015
Drumlin Farm Wildlife Sanctuary
November 27, 2015
Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary
November 28, 2015
Joppa Flats Education Center
December 2, 2015
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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.

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Leadership Update

We are very happy to announce that the Board of Directors has appointed Gary Clayton as President of Mass Audubon. In addition to his role as Vice President of Conservation Programs, Gary has been serving as Acting President since June. Read More 

Nature & Wildlife


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.

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.

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Make the Switch

One of the most effective ways to reduce your impact on the environment is to green the energy you use. The good news: it's easier and more affordable than you think! Learn how to Make the Switch

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