North American River Otter at Waseeka Wildlife Sanctuary © Ian Barton (2021 Grand Prize)

River Otter at Waseeka Wildlife Sanctuary © Ian Barton

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River Otter at Waseeka Wildlife Sanctuary © Ian Barton

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Waseeka Wildlife Sanctuary in winter © Cheryl Rose

Waseeka Wildlife Sanctuary © Cheryl Rose

Snowy Owl grooming itself on top of a post © Jim Fenton

Snowy Owl © Jim Fenton

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There are hundreds of trails waiting for you to explore at more than 60 wildlife sanctuaries across the state! Note that many sanctuary buildings are still closed.

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We have an opportunity to conserve several diverse land parcels in Western Mass that cover more than 700 acres of forest and span three towns. But we need your help to do it!

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