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Waxwings are at once elegant and clown-like. One species, the cedar waxwing, breeds in Massachusetts, and another, the larger Bohemian waxwing, is an irregular winter visitor. The first species is a frequent subject of our Photo Contest photographers. Here are five of our favorites.
The Birders Meeting, Mass Audubon’s annual celebration of birdlife and birding will take place Saturday, March 7, in the LaCava Center at Bentley University in Waltham. The popular conference brings together hundreds of birders and others who care about nature to learn the latest in the field, make new birding companions—and look forward to exploring fields and forests in search of their favorite species.
Mass Audubon has named Lauren Gordon as director of its Oak Knoll and Attleboro Springs wildlife sanctuaries in Attleboro. Previously, Gordon served as education coordinator and camp director at Mass Audubon’s Blue Hills Trailside Museum in Milton.
Mass Audubon has a number of regular publications to keep you informed about the nature and wildlife of Massachusetts. Learn More
We have many e-newsletters to keep you current on what is going on at Mass Audubon. You can get information on a sanctuary near you, or stay updated on organization-wide news with Explorations.