News & Events

Press Releases

September 1, 2015

Mass Audubon's annual statewide photo competition, Picture This: Your Great Outdoors, is accepting entries only until the end of this month. Photographers have until September 30 to submit images to the contest, which each year attracts thousands of entries from hundreds of photographers of all abilities, ages, and backgrounds.

August 20, 2015

Mass Audubon's Bird-a-thon, a 24-hour bird identification marathon, has evolved into the organization's single largest annual fundraiser. But the 2015 event which took place May 15-16 was one for the record books, with an unprecedented $219,547.20 raised for the regional conservation leader's wildlife sanctuaries and programs.

Publications

dragonfly

Mass Audubon has a number of regular publications to keep you informed about the nature and wildlife of Massachusetts. Learn More

e-Newsletter Signup

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.

Signup

A Message From Mass Audubon

An Important Message From Mass Audubon 

Henry Tepper, who has been a dedicated and hard-working leader of Mass Audubon for the last two and a half years, left the organization in July. Among his many accomplishments has been leading the effort to create an exciting and impactful Strategic Plan... Read More

Message From Henry Tepper

Message from Henry Tepper 

As many of you know, I will be leaving Mass Audubon in July, and I wanted to take a moment to say goodbye and thank you. It has been an extraordinary privilege to lead this great organization... Read More

Special Events

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!

Regional News

Want to find out what is going on at our wildlife sanctuaries? Check here for the latest news from Mass Audubon wildlife sanctuaries around the state. View Regional News

Advocacy News