Statewide Volunteer Day
Start the new year off with a resolution to get outdoors and Work for Wildlife—at Mass Audubon’s Statewide Volunteer Day on Saturday, April 29. Spend the morning helping one of our wildlife sanctuaries get a jump on spring cleaning while you reconnect with nature. Come alone, bring your family, or invite a groups of friends to join you. As always, we’ll have a variety of projects suitable for all ages at 15 sites across Massachusetts (listed below).
Check back in March to see complete descriptions of all the projects and to register for one online. Meanwhile, view the photo slideshow to see how much we accomplished during Statewide Volunteer Day 2016. And if you can’t wait until April to volunteer, see what volunteer opportunities are currently available.
Canoe Meadows Wildlife Sanctuary, Pittsfield
Cape Cod and the Islands
Felix Neck Wildlife Sanctuary, Edgartown
Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary, South Wellfleet
Connecticut River Valley
Arcadia Wildlife Sanctuary, Northampton
Laughing Brook Wildlife Sanctuary, Hampden
Blue Hills Trailside Museum, Milton
Boston Nature Center, Mattapan
Habitat Education Center and Wildlife Sanctuary, Belmont
Museum of American Bird Art, Canton
North of Boston
Cedar Pond Wildlife Sanctuary, Wenham (sponsored by Ipswich River Wildlife Sanctuary)
Endicott Wildlife Sanctuary, Wenham (sponsored by Ipswich River Wildlife Sanctuary)
South of Boston
Allens Pond Wildlife Sanctuary, Dartmouth
Moose Hill Wildlife Sanctuary, Sharon
Tidmarsh Farms, Plymouth (sponsored by South Shore Wildlife Sanctuaries)
Oak Knoll Wildlife Sanctuary, Attleboro
Statewide Volunteer Day is an annual event. We look forward to seeing you next April—and throughout the year—at one of our many wildlife sanctuaries.