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Protecting the nature of Massachusetts for people and for wildlife.

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Common Snapping Turtle baby resting on a pond log © Susumu Kishihara

Common Snapping Turtle © Susumu Kishihara

The Stakes are Higher Than Ever

Conserving land does more than provide much-needed habitat for wildlife—it also protects us against the impacts of climate change by absorbing carbon and storing floodwaters. And every acre counts.

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Check out the latest messages from Mass Audubon's President, David O'Neill.

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Great Blue Heron flying over a river in Holyoke, MA © Gregory Kucinski

Great Blue Heron © Gregory Kucinski

Land Conservation

Urgent Land Project

Bear Hole encompasses 1,500 acres of undeveloped land next to West Springfield and Holyoke. We have a chance to protect it forever, but we can't succeed without you!

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Nature is for Everyone

We believe that there is strength in diversity, and that by celebrating that diversity and working together, we can do for nature what nature does for us. 

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Green Heron catching American Bullfrog © Michael Snow

Green Heron © Michael Snow

Photo Contest

Calling All Shutterbugs

Got a great photo of wildlife, landscapes, or people enjoying the nature of Massachusetts? Enter it in our 2020 Photo Contest!

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Through our online programs, you can expand your nature knowledge on a wide variety of topics without ever leaving home!

Everyone can connect to nature with Mass Audubon's in-person, socially-distanced programs at wildlife sanctuaries across the state.

From big conservation wins to new initiatives to late-breaking announcements, our press releases cover the latest Mass Audubon news.

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