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

© Evan Guarino

And the Winners Are...

See who won the 2018 Photo Contest

© Evan Guarino

Our Mission

Protecting the nature of Massachusetts for people and for wildlife.

Find a Place to Explore

Select a Wildlife Sanctuary

Or

Search by Location

Find a Place

What's Happening at Mass Audubon

Inside the sugar shack at Ipswich River Wildlife Sanctuary © Paul Mozell

Ipswich River's sugar shack © Paul Mozell

Get Outdoors

Maple Madness

The sweet season is coming soon, and several wildlife sanctuaries are planning celebrations—don't miss out on all the fun! 

Find a sugaring program

Young Explorers

Vacation Week Programs

No school? No problem! Many of our wildlife sanctuaries offer interactive ways for kids to have fun, learn, and be outside!

Get exploring

Beaver swimming in winter pond © Matthew Pettengill

Beaver © Matthew Pettengill

Nature & Wildlife

Outdoor Almanac

Find out what Mother Nature has in store for this month.

Get the latest almanac

Family snowshoe adventure © Gail Hansche Godin

Snowshoeing © Gail Hansche Godin

Get Outdoors

New Year, New Adventures

January is the perfect time to try something new—like snowshoeing, wildlife tracking, stargazing, or photography!

Find a program

Northern Yellow-shafted Flicker © Cheryl Rose

Northern Flicker © Cheryl Rose

Publications

Hot Off the Press

The latest edition of Explore is here! Learn how to ID trees in winter, appreciate the beauty of winter waterfowl, and so much more.

Read the current issue

Get Outdoors

Ready. Set. GO!

At Mass Audubon summer camps, kids have fun, make friends, and learn all about nature.

Find a camp

Celebrate the joy of winter birding with our ever-popular annual event! Each January, birding teams of all ages go head-to-head in a 12-hour race to spot as many species as they can.

January 19, 2019

Yellow-crowned Night-Heron © Kim Caruso

At this special event series held each winter at Cape Cod Beer, attendees can learn about wildlife over some fine locally-brewed beverages. Come have a brew and learn something new about a few of Cape Cod's fascinating creatures! January's topic: "Changes in New England Bird Population"

January 23, 2019

© Jim Parks / Wingmasters

See live birds of prey up-close like never before with Wingmasters! You'll be introduced to different types of raptors including eagles, hawks, falcons, and owls during these exciting indoor presentations.

January 27, 2019

Become a Nature Hero

Don’t miss a beat on all the ways you can get outdoors, celebrate nature, and get involved.

Sign Up Now