News & Events
Your great outdoors
Like us, many animals put on a new set of “clothes” during the colder months. Here are five local creatures that sport different looks in summer and winter. American Goldfinch Spinus tristis When the weather grows cold, people inevitably start asking about all those drab yellow-gray birds that are visiting their feeders. They’ve just discovered […]
Now in its fifth year, Mass Audubon’s annual photography contest, Picture This: Your Great Outdoors, has evolved into a “must” for hundreds of photographers eager to express a love of nature through their images. After reviewing more than 2,000 entries, judges chose Arindam Ghosh of Framingham as the 2014 Grand Prize Winner for his picture of a male mallard duck, wings spread and seemingly standing on water.
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).
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.