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While it’s only a matter of weeks before we will seeing chipmunks scurrying about, it’s not unheard of to see one during the winter. Unlike woodchucks and bears, chipmunks are not true hibernators. Animals that hibernate spend the months leading up … Continue reading
The annual Massachusetts Land Conservation Conference, the nation’s largest regional gathering of environmental advocates, returns Saturday, March 22 to Worcester Technical High School for a full day of workshops on improving our quality of life through land protection.
The Mass Audubon Birders Meeting, now in its 22nd year, takes place Saturday, March 8, at Bentley University in Waltham. The Birders Meeting has long been one of the most popular regional gatherings of people who appreciate birds and the habitats they depend upon, and who understand the role birdlife can play in connecting people with nature.
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