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April 28, 2016

Mass Audubon’s largest fundraising event, Bird-a-thon, will place Friday and Saturday, May 13-14, when teams of birders will be fanning out across the state in a fun and friendly competition to identify the most species during a 24-hour period. Over more than three decades (beginning in 1983), thousands of team members and supporters have raised more than $2 million for Mass Audubon, its sanctuaries, and its programs across the Commonwealth.

April 27, 2016

Mass Audubon will be recognized for its accessible trails expertise by the office of Energy and Environmental Affairs Secretary Matthew A. Beaton on Monday, May 2, at the Massachusetts State House in Boston. The respected conservation organization will receive a Secretary’s Award for Excellence in Energy and Environmental Education for its All Persons Trails Guidelines Project.

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Mass Audubon Appoints New President

Mass Audubon Appoints New President 

The Board of Directors has appointed Gary Clayton as President of Mass Audubon, effective immediately. In addition to his role as Vice President of Conservation Programs, Gary has been serving as Acting President since June. During this period, he has re-affirmed and strengthened the Board’s confidence in his vision and proven leadership of Mass Audubon. Read More

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Our wildlife sanctuaries host exciting special events throughout the year, from seasonal festivals and exhibit openings to special lectures and open houses. Find an event near you!

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