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Siberia’s eastern coastline is one of the most remote and least visited regions of the globe. Dominated by the volcanoes of Kamchatka in the south, the fjords of the former Koryak region, and the rich estuarine areas and tundra of Chukotka, this region is heavily regulated and virtually impossible for the independent traveler. But it’s […]
In case you missed it, the Blue Hills Trailside Museum in Milton was the latest sanctuary to takover the Mass Audubon Instagram feed. See the week’s worth of posts below, and follow along this week to learn more about Ipswich River Wildlife Sanctuary in Topsfield.
By Karen Heymann On September 16th, Governor Baker signed Executive Order 569, which lays out plans both for fighting climate change and preparing the Commonwealth for unavoidable impacts such as sea level rise, storm surge, and extreme heat. Similar Senate-passed legislation on climate change adaptation was blocked in the Massachusetts House of Representatives over the […]
Waseeka Wildlife Sanctuary in Holliston/Hopkinton is a riot of color. Photographer Cheryl Rose captured these images this week. Waseeka is a delight for photographers and birders. Visit http://www.massaudubon.org/get-outdoors/wildlife-sanctuaries/waseeka for directions and a trail map.
Fall at the farm is in full swing! The maple trees have fiery hues and our lambs are looking extra fluffy. Our staff is busy preparing the farmyard for our annual Tales of the Night special event—try to spot something spooky as you walk around the farm! We hope you can visit the farm in the […]
All summer and early fall, Wellfleet Bay’s sea turtle team has been busy. Boaters’ sightings of live, free-swimming loggerheads have come in steadily to our sightings website, seaturtlesightings.org. Sightings of leatherbacks, the world’s biggest sea turtles, picked up in mid-August and we’re still getting reports of both species. Kemp’s ridleys and green sea turtles are here, too, but the […]
August 2, 2016 Road’s End Wildlife Sanctuary, Worthington, and Lynes Wildlife Sanctuary, Westhampton I’ve combined these two sanctuaries into one blog post because they have so much in common. Both are in the foothills east of the Berkshires, both are just under 200 acres in size, with one mile of trail each, both are abandoned […]
So with the season coming to a close, I would like to say thank you one last time for being a member of our CSA, and giving time to help us harvest and weed throughout the season. Many have you have mentioned to me that it feels like this season has “flown by”…In my mind, […]