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Protecting the nature of Massachusetts for people and for wildlife.

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Baltimore Oriole © George Ann Millet

Baltimore Oriole © George Ann Millet

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Find out what Mother Nature has in store for the coming weeks.

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North American River Otter © Ian Barton

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Individuals and families can enjoy free admission to our wildlife sanctuaries by becoming members for just $35 (half the regular price)! Offer ends July 4.

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Charley Harper, Mystery of the Missing Migrants, 1992, acrylic on board, Mass Audubon collection

Charley Harper, Mystery of the Missing Migrants, 1992, acrylic on board, Mass Audubon collection

Art Exhibition

Alive with Birds: William Brewster in Concord

Mass Audubon is proud to partner with The Concord Museum on this exhibition highlighting the work of Mass Audubon's first president.

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Publications

Nature Smarts Workbooks

It’s fun to be nature smart! Nature Smarts Workbooks are packed with interactive learning activities that expand STEM knowledge to include nature literacy.

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Ipswich River Wildlife Sanctuary

About Us

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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