Marsh Wren doing splits between two reed stems © Myer Bornstein

Marsh Wren © Matt Filosa

Marsh Wren © Matt Filosa

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Eastern Chipmunk with an acorn © Justin Miel

Eastern Chipmunk © Justin Miel

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COVID-19

All Mass Audubon buildings and facilities are closed, but many wildlife sanctuary trails are open for local visitors.

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David O'Neill, Mass Audubon's 11th President

David O'Neill

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New President

Our Board of Directors has unanimously and enthusiastically elected David O'Neill to be the 11th President of Mass Audubon.

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Eastern Bluebird nestlings

Nature & Wildlife

Be Prepared for Baby Birds

It's officially spring! Before the baby birds start hatching, make sure you know what to do—and not do—if you find one out of the nest.

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Mourning Cloak

Nature & Wildlife

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Find out what Mother Nature has in store for the coming weeks with Mass Audubon's monthly guide to the natural world!

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