Eastern Chipmunk with an acorn © Justin Miel

Eastern Chipmunk © Justin Miel

Eastern Chipmunk © Justin Miel

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American Robin standing on a tree branch in spring

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COVID-19 Update

Mass Audubon's sanctuaries and trails are closed until further notice, and all programs have been cancelled through April 30.

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Spotted Salamander close-up © Suzanne Niles

Spotted Salamander © Suzanne Niles

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Find out what Mother Nature has in store for the coming weeks.

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Mass Audubon has 19 day camps and an overnight camp where kids can have fun, make friends, and learn all about nature.

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Cover of "Losing Ground" report (image © Julie Archibald)

Image © Julie Archibald


Losing Ground

The newest Losing Ground report explores the pace and patterns of land development and land protection in Massachusetts from 2012–2017.

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Green Heron catching a bullfrog at Daniel Webster Wildlife Sanctuary © Michael Snow

Green Heron © Michael Snow

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More than 4,500 images were submitted to our 2019 Photo Contest.

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Spring Peeper on plant at Lake Wampanoag Wildlife Sanctuary

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Spotted Salamanders

CANCELLED. Come celebrate Big Night with us! Take a one-hour guided walk, see a real vernal pool, and meet some larger-than-life characters eager to share their stories with you.

CANCELLED - April 3, 2020

© J. Mankowsky

CANCELLED. Meet Finch, Monarca, Willow, and the rest of Wachusett Meadow's flock! Enjoy sheep shearing demonstrations, local vendors, crafters, kid's activities, and more.

CANCELLED - April 18, 2020

© Knopf

CANCELLED (to be rescheduled). Listen as internationally-renowned author David Sibley discusses his new book, What It's Like to Be a Bird, enjoy a book signing, and take in an exhibition of more than 40 original paintings Sibley created for the book.

CANCELLED - April 18, 2020

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