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Broad Meadow Brook is the largest urban wildlife sanctuary in New England, with more than 400 acres cooperatively managed or owned by Mass Audubon. Our programs cultivate environmental literacy in engaging, compelling, hands-on ways.

The sanctuary relies on the generosity of supporters to continue our vitally important conservation and environmental education work in Central Massachusetts.

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Great Egrets on Kettle Island

Leadership Friends gifts are particularly important to Broad Meadow Brook Wildlife Sanctuary—they provide the security we need in order to plan ahead, maintain the variety of work we do, and expand our reach. Leadership Friend benefits start with gifts of $1,000 and up. More information >

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Kids to Camp Fund

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Hundreds of children ages 4.5–16 attend day camp at Broad Meadow Brook each summer, but not all kids are able to experience camp. Donations to the sanctuary's Kids to Camp Fund help defray program fees for families face financial barriers to camp. Help send kids to camp >

Help make our wishes come true! Broad Meadow Brook’s programs and projects often need new equipment and supplies to keep running strong. Please help support us in our efforts. Donations large and small are very much appreciated and tax-deductible. Learn more >