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With Thanksgiving approaching, it’s time to give thanks for the wild turkey. Once completely wiped out of the state due to over-harvesting, this bird is now a regular fixture of forests and even suburban and urban areas. Our past Photo Contest participants have captured the many facets of this fascinating species.
People now have a quick and easy way to shrink their household carbon footprint. They can support sustainable energy sources for home electricity—and move away from fossil fuels—by signing up for “Make the Switch,” a partnership between Mass Audubon and the nonprofit Massachusetts Energy Consumers Alliance (Mass Energy).
In her keynote address before Mass Audubon’s Annual Meeting Friday evening, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Gina McCarthy exhorted the audience to stand up for a healthy environment.
The more than 200 Mass Audubon members, other conservation advocates, and environmental leaders assembled in Kirsch Auditorium at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology took McCarthy literally, rising to their feet on multiple occasions to applaud her message.
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