About Mass Audubon
Who We Are
Mass Audubon is the largest nature-based conservation organization in New England. Founded in 1896 by two women who fought for the protection of birds, Mass Audubon carries on their legacy by focusing on the greatest challenges facing the environment today: the loss of biodiversity, inequitable access to nature, and climate change.
With the help of our 160,000 members and supporters, we protect wildlife, conserve and restore resilient land, advocate for impactful environmental policies, offer nationally recognized education programs for adults and children, and provide endless opportunities to experience the outdoors at our wildlife sanctuaries.
Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion
Advancing the principles of diversity, equity, inclusion, justice, and accessibility (DEIJA) is both a moral imperative and a necessity for the success of our mission. Mass Audubon is committed to promoting inclusive and equitable access to nature by protecting and restoring greenspaces in urban environments, expanding and deepening our environmental and career programs, and advancing the values of DEIJA throughout our organization in our training, recruitment, and board development activities. Get details on our DEIJA work
Mass Audubon is focused on protecting and restoring resilient landscapes, providing inclusive and equitable access to nature, mobilizing to fight climate change, and protecting birds and wildlife. Our work is made possible thanks to our members, supporters, partners, volunteers, and staff. Learn more about our work
By the Numbers
Mass Audubon is making an impact across the state.
Members who care deeply about the natural world and take action to protect it
Acres of land protected across Massachusetts
Wildlife sanctuaries and partner properties, with more than half ready to be explored
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Make a positive and last changing while protecting the nature of Massachusetts.
Mass Audubon's audited financial statements and tax returns are available for download.
Mass Audubon was founded in 1896 by Harriet Lawrence Hemenway and Minna B. Hall.
We need your curiosity, commitment, and passion to ensure that our lands become more resilient, that more people than ever experience the magic of nature, and that we fight climate change—now and in the future.
Don't miss a beat on all the ways you can get outdoors, celebrate nature, and get involved.