School & Group Programs at Moose Hill

Mass Audubon at Moose Hill offers a multitude of fun and educational nature-based programs year round for groups of youth from ages 3 and up. We offer programs at our site or at yours, both inside and outside! Moose Hill is a unique wildlife sanctuary of nearly 2,000 acres nestled close to Routes 95, 27, and 1 in Sharon. An extensive trail system allows us to take your group through the shaded forest, across boardwalks, up hills, or into sunlit meadows. Our trained teacher naturalists love to share their sense of wonder in and knowledge of the natural world with students of all ages.

Sampling of Program Topics

Maple Sugaring - Rocks and Landforms - Native American Life - Weather and Climate - Settling New England

What to Expect When You Visit

Are you preparing to visit us with your children or a group of students, including those with special needs? If so, we encourage you to review this step-by-step photo tour (Social Story) of Moose Hill that shows you what to expect!

Kids at a wetu at Moose Hill Wildlife Sanctuary

Moose Hill offers educational opportunities at your site or ours in any season for Grades Pre-K to 8. Programs are aligned with the Massachusetts Department of Education frameworks with strands in Life Science, Earth Science, History, and/or Geography. Due to our large trail system and team of trained teacher naturalists, we can serve 140 participants for full day programs. Learn More

School Program Catalog

Boy carrying sap with a yoke

Whether you’re leading a Scout group in search of badges, planning a birthday party, coordinating a MOMS Club, or wanting to enrich your homeschool program, the teacher naturalists at Moose Hill Wildlife Sanctuary can help. Learn More