North River Wildlife Sanctuary

North River Wildlife Sanctuary, named for the state-designated Scenic River that winds along its northern boundary, serves as the base for South Shore Sanctuaries (which includes Daniel Webster and North Hill Marsh). Its fields, oak forest, and salt marsh attract a wide variety of birds and seals are often visible from the riverside platform. Programs and summer camp take place in and around the historic building. Read More 

Sanctuary News & Events

April 4, 2014
April Vacation participants scope out the scene on Fox Hill

April Vacation is just around the bend, and Mass Audubon is ready for another week of fun and adventure! Programs are filling up, but we have room for a few more nature enthusiasts ready to get outside and celebrate spring!

April 4, 2014
Piping Plover with Chicks © Shawn P. Carey (Migration Productions)
Piping Plover with Chicks © Shawn P. Carey (Migration Productions)

Piping plovers and least terns return to South Shore beaches each spring to nest. Learn more about these birds, the work of our Coastal Waterbird Team, and how you can help these species succeed. 

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Upcoming Programs

April 27, 2014 1:00pm - 4:00pm
Starting in early April, herring will be on the run to reach their historic spawning grounds. Join our...
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Birthday Parties

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Looking for a place to have an exciting and memorable birthday? We offer birthday parties with fun outdoor activities led by a naturalist. Learn More

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