Burncoat Pond Wildlife Sanctuary in autumn

Burncoat Pond Wildlife Sanctuary

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Burncoat Pond Wildlife Sanctuary

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Protecting the nature of Massachusetts for people and for wildlife.

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Go Wild

Mass Audubon is entering an era of bold and urgent action. Our ambitious five-year plan is focused on ensuring that future generations have the chance to "go wild"—and we want you to be part of it.

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There are hundreds of trails waiting for you to explore at more than 60 wildlife sanctuaries across the state! Review our COVID-19 Trail Guidelines before visiting. Many sanctuary buildings are still closed.

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Eastern Chipmunk with a dried leaf in its mouth in autumn © Suzanne Hirschman

Eastern Chipmunk © Suzanne Hirschman

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A Busy Season

From migration to food caching to home repair, autumn is a very busy time for our state's native wildlife!

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Land Conservation

40,000 Reasons to Celebrate

Mass Audubon now protects more than 40,000 acres of land in Massachusetts—a conservation milestone. Take an interactive look at our land protection efforts over the last 125 years.

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The 125th edition of our unique desktop calendar has arrived! A beloved gift for generations, it's printed on recycled paper and made in the USA.

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New Members Save 50%

Right now, a new one-year Family membership is just $35! Start enjoying free wildlife sanctuary admission, hundreds of miles of trails, and more. Offer ends November 30.

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Everyone can connect to nature with Mass Audubon's in-person, socially-distanced programs at wildlife sanctuaries across the state.

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