Mass Audubon successfully conserves additional land all the time—from stands of old growth forest in the Berkshires to coastal habitats on the Cape and islands to the precious salt marsh of the North Shore—and every type of habitat in between.
Mass Audubon’s conservation land portfolio recently had a nice addition. We recently acquired 100 acres of beautiful woodland in western Massachusetts through a generous gift from longtime friends of conservation and Mass Audubon, Dudley and Judy Williams.
On April 1, 2015, Mass Audubon acquired a conservation restriction on an important 48-acre forested parcel in a corridor linking our Arcadia Wildlife Sanctuary to the extensive open lands in the western part of Northampton.
We are pleased to announce the recent addition of four parcels totaling 66 acres of rocky oak upland and forested wetlands adjacent to our Pierpont Meadow Wildlife Sanctuary in Dudley. In a profession in which no two projects are alike, this one took a particularly unusual path to its happy ending. Read More
Thanks to a local family committed to conservation, Mass Audubon was able to purchase an important 2.5 acre parcel of land at the entrance to the Rough Meadow Wildlife Sanctuary. Read More