Girl watching Monarch butterfly on aster flowers

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Protecting the nature of Massachusetts for people and for wildlife.

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School vacation week at Boston Nature Center

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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. 

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View from the top of Patten Hill

View from the top of Patten Hill

Conservation

Urgent Land Project

We have a chance to protect 67 acres in the Connecticut River Valley that would create a wildlife corridor of more than 1,000 connected acres.

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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!

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Gray Fox in snowy field at Daniel Webster Wildlife Sanctuary © Michael Snow

Gray Fox © Michael Snow

Nature & Wildlife

Outdoor Almanac

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

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Green Heron catching American Bullfrog © Michael Snow

Green Heron © Michael Snow

Photo Contest

And the Winners Are . . .

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

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Harbor Seal © Alex Shure

Join us at Cape Cod Beer to learn about the Cape's fascinating wildlife while enjoying some locally-crafted brews. January's topic is "Marine Mammal Strandings on Cape Cod."

January 22, 2020

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 25, 2020

© 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 26, 2020

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