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To get you in the Halloween spirit, let’s take a closer look at spider webs, which are a natural marvel: they look so delicate yet are incredibly strong. Webs also make a wonderful subject for photographers who enter our Photo Contest. Our 2014 Photo Contest deadline has now passed, and the judges are hard at work […]
Photographers have until Tuesday, September 30 to submit images to Mass Audubon's annual statewide photo contest, Picture This: Your Great Outdoors, which attracts thousands of entries from hundreds of photographers of all abilities, ages, and backgrounds.
Mass Audubon has just released Losing Ground: Planning for Resilience, which documents land use patterns in Massachusetts from 2005-2013 and shows that while development slowed in that period, 13 acres per day were lost and the rate of development is once again picking up as the economy recovers.
For the first time, the challenges of climate change thread through a Losing Ground document, most notably in its call for identification and protection of climate-resilient landscapes.
Mass Audubon has a number of regular publications to keep you informed about the nature and wildlife of Massachusetts. Learn More
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