Father and daughter helping in the wildlife garden during SVD 2018

Statewide Volunteer Day

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Our Mission

Protecting the nature of Massachusetts for people and for wildlife.

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At Mass Audubon summer camps, kids have fun and make friends while learning all about nature! Register now for one of our 20 day camps or an overnight camp.

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Eastern Bluebird nestlings in a nestbox

Eastern Bluebirds

Nature & Wildlife

Be Prepared for Baby Birds

It's spring! Before the baby birds start hatching, make sure you know what to do (and not do) if you find one out of the nest.

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Nature Needs Our Focus

Time to show your support for your favorite Mass Audubon sanctuary or program—Bird-a-thon 2019 takes place May 10-11!

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Northern Parula in a flowering tree

Northern Parula

Get Outdoors

Spring is Here!

Each new day brings more to enjoy and experience outdoors—don't miss the birds singing, sun shining, and flowers blooming.

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Starry sky and city lights on a beach in Falmouth © Evan Guarino

© Evan Guarino

Photo Contest

And the Winners Are...

More than 4,000 images were submitted to our 2018 Photo Contest.

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Meadow and beach at Allens Pond Wildlife Sanctuary © Linda Lapre

© Linda Lapre

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Individuals and families can enjoy free admission to 59 wildlife sanctuaries by becoming members for just $32 (half the regular price)! Offer ends June 30.

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In this annual eggs-travaganza, children get to dye eggs with natural dyes, create a bird nest, match different eggs to the animals that laid them, meet live rabbits, and search the sanctuary for hidden eggs! Allergen-friendly.

April 20, 2019

© Patrick McFall

Join us for a screening of Ocean Cities to find out what coastal cities and towns can do to confront the rising sea levels caused by climate change—and discover the mitigation projects some major cities have already implemented.

April 20, 2019

© Linda Deegan

Join us at Cape Cod Beer to learn about the Cape's fascinating wildlife while enjoying some locally-crafted brews. April's topic is "Restoring the Coonamessett River."

April 24, 2019

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