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No matter your age, there's always an opportunity to learn about the wonders of nature! Discover your connection to the outdoors by taking a scheduled program, attending a school field trip, viewing an art exhibition, or exploring one of our wildlife sanctuaries on your own.


Program Catalog

Program Catalog

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Mass Audubon's wildlife sanctuaries offer a wide variety of programs, classes, trips, and more for people of all ages. Whether you're new to nature or an outdoors aficionado, there's something for everyone!

Young Explorers

Young Explorers

Ready for some outdoor adventure? We've got all kinds of fun activities, programs, and games to make your outdoor explorations with friends and family even more enjoyable! Get Started >

Schools & Groups

Schools & Groups

Experience the wild side of Massachusetts with Mass Audubon! Connect explorers of all ages to nature in fun and interactive ways with our array of programs for schools and groups. Learn More >

Birds & Birding

Birds & Birding

Despite its small size, Massachusetts regularly records over 300 different species of birds every year. Discover the state's native birds and find birding programs for all experience levels. Learn More >

Raccoons © Kim Nagy
Raccoons © Kim Nagy

Each season presents new and exciting opportunities to explore and understand our ever-changing landscape and its inhabitants! Here you can find information about commonly encountered wildlife in Massachusetts. Learn More >

MABA

Museum of American Bird Art (MABA)

Connect to nature through art! MABA is a family-friendly, professional art museum set on a 121-acre wildlife sanctuary. Visit the Gallery to see current art exhibitions, take a nature-focused art class, or explore 2 miles of trails. Plan your visit >

The climate of Massachusetts is already changing—and with it, our natural lands, waters, and wildlife. These changes are affecting our health, the nature we love, and the natural resources on which we depend. Despite these challenges, we currently have the capacity to protect the natural resources of Massachusetts for future generations of people and wildlife. Learn More >