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Situated on the edge of the Charles River, Magazine Beach Park Nature Center is a central point for people to stop in and learn about nature in the city and Cambridge’s history. In 2021, Mass Audubon partnered with the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) to transform the historic Powder Magazine building into a seasonal nature center […]
During this time of year, a chorus of unusual sounds echo throughout forests, wetlands, and grasslands. Different animals break the silence of the warm summer air, some recognizable like the hum of a cricket or the call of a mourning dove, but others may be harder to identify. Learn three different noises you may hear […]
The Spring 2022 banding season was a study in extremes. It began with a combination of mid-April storms to the south, pushing migrating Hermit Thrushes, Golden and Ruby-crowned Kinglets north, and a fog bank forcing them to land on Cape Cod—a phenomenon known as a fall-out. As a result, we banded a record number of […]