Outdoor Fun

There's so much fun to be had outdoors!

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Mass Audubon's wildlife sanctuaries offer a wide variety of programs. Whether you're new to nature or an outdoors aficionado, there's something for everyone. Search the Catalog

people snowshoeing

Don’t let a few inches of snow keep you from getting outdoors. There’s no better way to explore the woods in winter than by snowshoe. Just about all of our wildlife sanctuaries welcome snowshoeing, and a few even offer equipment to rent or borrow. Go it alone or join a guided walk. Learn More

Highland loop trial at Habitat Education Center and Wildlife Sanctuary

Has winter given you a bad case of cabin fever? Luckily, we offer a cure—and preventative care—at our 53 wildlife sanctuaries across the state. Whether you’re looking to venture out with the family, get some fresh air with friends, take up a new cold-weather hobby, or any combination thereof, we’ve got you covered. Learn More

People walking on the marsh boardwalk at Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary

Mass Audubon’s statewide network of wildlife sanctuaries offers hundreds of miles of trails to explore. Not sure where to start? Here are a few ideas to get you going. Learn More

stonewall at Allens Pond Wildlife Sanctuary

Criss-crossing woodlands throughout New England, stone walls stand quietly whispering stories to those who listen. These centuries-old historical markers indicate that land was previously cleared for agricultural use. Mass Audubon has stonewalls to explore at many of our wildlife sanctuaries. Learn More

Passport to Nature

You can keep track of your sanctuary explorations—and win prizes—by collecting stamps in your Passport to Nature, available at any one of 21 participating sanctuaries across the state. Learn More