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Bald Eagle pair in the nest feeding their chick © Richard Johnson

Bald Eagles © Richard Johnson


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Annual Optics Fair

September 21—one day only! Meet reps from the top optics companies and take advantage of incredible discounts on binoculars, scopes, & tripods.

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

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Got a great photo of wildlife, landscapes, or people enjoying the nature of Massachusetts? Enter it in our 2019 Photo Contest!

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A rain garden installed at a MetroWest MBTA Commuter Rail station © Trish Garrigan

Rain garden © Trish Garrigan

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Mass Audubon helps the fastest-developing communities in the Commonwealth chart a more sustainable future.

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Baby snake curled up in a person's palm © Beckie Lundrigan

© Beckie Lundrigan

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Find out what Mother Nature has in store with our monthly guide to the natural world!

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Mass Audubon Shop

Meet professionals from top optics manufacturers, view product demonstrations, and get answers to your questions. Mass Audubon members will receive exceptional discounts on binoculars, spotting scopes, and tripods!

September 21, 2019

Grab a beer at True North Ale Company and enjoy some food while Eric Schultz, co-author of Food Foolish, discusses the ways that food can improve the lives of people, combat climate change, and help protect the environment.

September 25, 2019

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Enjoy a day of family-friendly activities and live music performances by Anaïs Mitchell, Martin Sexton, Dar Williams, The Mammals, and more! Presented by Mass Audubon and Signature Sounds. Tickets on sale now.

September 28, 2019

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