Mass Audubon Blogs
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The nature of Massachusetts offers endless color, but it’s also perfect for black and white photography, which highlights its textures, patterns, and moods. Take a break with five beautiful black and white photographs from our past Photo Contests.
Lots of fun to be had this weekending including a photography and cheesemaking workshop, animal tracking, a winter hike, sledding and snowshoeing, lives birds of prey and more, Get ready to take your outdoor photography skills to the next level with Nature Photography in Morning Light at Boston Nature Center. Aimed at the enthusiasts who want […]
It has been an absolutely incredible year for Wildwood! Among our accomplishments; we have brought on new staff, had a record number of summer camp participants, and expanded programming beyond the summer months. These last twelve months have confirmed that people all over crave an experience where they can reconnect with nature as part of […]
Winter days are studies in contrast. Winter sunsets can be glorious colors or dramatic studies in black and white. A little sun following a light snowfall reveals a story below the surface. A meadow vole tunneled just under the snow from one side of the trail to the next. Protection from foxes and hawks? Light, […]
Mass Audubon is excited to report that we are partnering with the Coalition for Buzzards Bay to help support the Nasketucket Bay Land Conservation Project which aims to permanently protect nearly 400 acres of vulnerable coastline in Fairhaven and Mattapoisett, all of which surrounds Mass Audubon’s Wards Rock Wildlife Sanctuary. The project supports numerous conservation […]
Although many of last summer’s nesting birds departed to warmer climates months ago, some have stayed here, like many of the bluebirds which often shelter in the empty nest boxes when Cape’s beastly winter storms descend upon us. On sunny days they can be seen flying around the Big Field, going in and out of the […]
As we enter our tenth growing season (wow, where has the time gone), we have so much to celebrate at Moose Hill Community Farm. Mass Audubon’s Moose Hill Wildlife Sanctuary has leased land to a local commercial family farm, Ward’s Berry Farm, for years. Discussions around organic farming began over ten years ago between the […]