Get Involved at Blue Hills

Blue Hills Trailside Museum has a variety of ways to get involved helping to protect the nature of Massachusetts.

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Volunteer Hilary Hor with Trailside's Barn Owl
Volunteer with a Barn Owl

The sanctuary offers a variety of exciting volunteer opportunities and internships for people of all interests and experience levels. Whether you have a lifetime interest in nature or are just getting started, Blue Hills has a place for you! Become a volunteer >

American River Otter at Trailside © Shawn Carey
American River Otter at Trailside © Shawn Carey

Since Norman Smith became Sanctuary Director of Blue Hills Trailside Museum in 1990, he has shared his devotion to raptor research, wildlife conservation, and the natural world with all who visit the sanctuary. Celebrate Norman's remarkable tenure and his devotion to environmental education with a gift in honor of his retirement. Make a gift today >

American Kestrel (Photo: Norman Smith)
American Kestrel (Photo: Norman Smith)

Through our Wildlife Guardians program, you can help support the sanctuary and our environmental education programs. Join the program >