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From the President's Office
August 14, 2020
As part of our commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion, we, along with National Audubon Society and other independent Audubon Societies, are embarking on our own historical reckoning starting with taking a closer look at our namesake, John James Audubon.
Mass Audubon is committed to the preservation of the Bear Hole landscape in West Springfield and Holyoke, to permanently protect the 1,500-acre open space and ensure it is open to the public in perpetuity. The statewide conservation organization is facing an end-of year deadline to reach its $450,000 fundraising goal, with $342,000 raised so far.
Mass Audubon’s Berkshire wildlife sanctuaries will partner with a pair of community health centers to help share with their patients the healthful benefits of nature and the outdoors. The wildlife sanctuaries will work with East Mountain Medical and MACONY Pediatrics, both located in Great Barrington, to support physical and mental health through connection with the natural world and guided activities that promote well-being, stress reduction, exercise, and a sense of community.
Our annual photo contest invites you to submit your best images of wildlife, landscapes, and people enjoying the nature of Massachusetts.
See the latest posts from Mass Audubon's blogs, which cover everything from sanctuary news to bird conservation to advocacy and everything in between.
From our quarterly Explore magazine to special reports like Losing Ground and State of the Birds, we have dozens of publications to keep you informed and engaged in our work to protect the nature of Massachusetts.
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