Since our founding in 1896, Mass Audubon has been committed to protecting, understanding, and educating people about the fantastic variety of bird life that can be found in Massachusetts. From the commonly found black-capped chickadee and the tufted titmouse to the elusive whip-poor-will and least bittern, birds can be found in every niche and habitat in Massachusetts. Birds weighing less than a regulation baseball make migratory trips of thousands of miles every year under their own power, and they depend on the natural resources of our Bay State to sustain them in these efforts. Massachusetts birds control harmful insect populations, act as indicator species for sensitive ecosystems, and provide significant revenues from recreational birdwatchers and the sporting community.
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