Mass Audubon Blogs
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Ready to hit the trails for Hike-a-thon this weekend? First, be sure to enter the drawing to win a free guided hike for you and 8 friends at a future date. Then, check out a few resources to make your adventures fun and educational! Fun and Games → Try to complete the Mass Audubon 125th […]
We all love birdwatching, but—pigeons? Who cares about pigeons? Rosemary Mosco, the creator of the nature comic Bird and Moon (and Mass Audubon alum), has a new book out that explains why these ubiquitous city birds deserve a second look. It’s called A Pocket Guide to Pigeon Watching: Getting to Know the World’s Most Misunderstood […]
It was a buggy, humid morning over the fields of Conte National Wildlife Refuge in the summer of 2021, and the Barn Swallows were loving it. Fanning and tilting their forked tails, the birds feinted left and right to catch insects. Their two long outer tail feathers trailed behind them as they steered towards prey. […]
Given our unusually warm fall, it’s probably no surprise that it took longer for the sea turtles remaining in our waters to become cold enough to start washing ashore. In fact, this year is the latest start ever for the Cape’s annual cold-stun event. For more than 40 years, sea turtles that feed along Cape […]