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When it comes to the status of a particular bird species, it’s not always black and white. Take the killdeer (which happens to be black, brown, and white). At first glance our Breeding Bird Atlas 2 reports that this distant cousin of the piping plover is widespread and likely increasing. Good news, right? Not so […]
Mass Audubon invites photographers of all ages, abilities, and backgrounds to enter its statewide photo contest, “Picture This: Your Great Outdoors,” and connect with nature while portraying the beauty of the Bay State.
The contest, which runs April through September, annually encourages shutterbugs to reveal the Commonwealth’s natural wonders, large and small: mist-filled valleys and nesting birds, wildflower meadows and people enjoying the outdoors.
Mass Audubon eighth-annual Statewide Volunteer Day takes place Saturday, April 26, at 16 wildlife sanctuaries. The volunteer event has become a rite of spring for hundreds of Mass Audubon members and outdoor enthusiasts of all ages who are eager to help their favorite sanctuaries get ready for the busy outdoor season.
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.