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© Paul Blankman

© Paul Blankman

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Protecting the nature of Massachusetts for people and for wildlife.

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What's Happening at Mass Audubon

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© Phil Doyle

Special Events

Winter Recess

We're celebrating winter throughout Massachusetts with a two-week festival! From February 13-28, we'll have school vacation week fun as well as virtual and in-person programs for nature-lovers of all ages.

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Black-capped Chickadees in winter

Black-capped Chickadees

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New Year, New Shop

We've launched a brand-new online shop with an expanded selection of items.

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© Siya Gunda

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Advocacy Action Center

Help us fight for stronger protections for nature, the climate, and our communities by speaking up on specific issues!

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Snapping Turtle on a trail in Lancaster, MA © Patrick Randall

Snapping Turtle © Patrick Randall

Photo Contest

And the Winners Are...

Nearly 5,000 images were submitted to our statewide 2020 Photo Contest.

See who won

Young Black boy running through winter trees at Boston Nature Center

Boston Nature Center

Get Outdoors

Nature Play Days

Getting outside and playing in nature is good good for children and adults! We've got nature play ideas and activities that families can enjoy together.

Make time for play

Barred Owl with wings spread in mid-flight © Cynthia Rand

Barred Owl © Cynthia Rand

Nature & Wildlife

Three Hoots for Owls!

More often heard than seen, owls have inspired centuries of mystery and legend across cultures. And it's easy to see why.

All about owls

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Expand your nature knowledge on a wide variety of topics or visit far-flung places 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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