12th Annual Statewide Volunteer Day

Saturday, April 28, 2018

Annual Statewide Volunteer Day banner
 
Register for Statewide Volunteer Day with the links below.

Got the winter blues? We’ve got the cure: plan to participate in Mass Audubon’s Statewide Volunteer Day on Saturday, April 28! Sign up now to reserve your space.

Spend the morning helping one of 17 wildlife sanctuaries get a jump on spring cleaning while you reconnect with nature. Come alone, bring your family, or invite a groups of friends to join you. As always, we have a variety of projects suitable for all ages and abilities at sites across Massachusetts.

See our list of participating wildlife sanctuaries for more details about the projects (below) and sign up for one today!

To get a preview of what’s in store, view the 2017 photo slideshow and see how much we accomplished last year!


2018 Participating Sanctuaries

SVD 2017 volunteers raking at Habitat
Raking at Habitat for Statewide Volunteer Day 2017

Berkshires

Canoe Meadows Wildlife Sanctuary, Pittsfield


Cape Cod and the Islands

Felix Neck Wildlife Sanctuary, Edgartown

Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary, South Wellfleet


Central Massachusetts

Broad Meadow Brook Wildlife Sanctuary, Worcester


Connecticut River Valley

Arcadia Wildlife Sanctuary, Easthampton


Greater Boston

Blue Hills Trailside Museum, Milton

Boston Nature Center, Mattapan

Habitat Education Center and Wildlife Sanctuary, Belmont

Museum of American Bird Art, Canton


North Shore

Cedar Pond, Wenham (Ipswich River Wildlife Sanctuary)

Endicott Wildlife Sanctuary, Wenham (Ipswich River Wildlife Sanctuary)

Nahant Thicket Wildlife Sanctuary, Nahant (Ipswich River Wildlife Sanctuary)


South of Boston

North River Wildlife Sanctuary, Marshfield

Oak Knoll Wildlife Sanctuary, Attleboro

Allens Pond Wildlife Sanctuary, Dartmouth (Stone Barn)

Tidmarsh Wildlife Sanctuary, Plymouth



For more information, call 781-259-2185 or email us.

Statewide Volunteer Day is an annual event. Find more more volunteer opportunities and other ways to get engaged with nature across the state and throughout the year.