Latest Press Releases
- November 14, 2019
Mass Audubon held its Annual Meeting Wednesday evening, November 13, at the Harvard Club Downtown in Boston where Attorney General Maura Healey was among those honored with Audubon “A” Awards for their commitment to climate change action.
Audubon “A” recipients also included State Sen. Marc Pacheco of Taunton, chair of the Senate Committee on Global Warming and Climate Change; renewal energy advocates Green Energy Consumers Alliance; and climate activist group Mothers Out Front.
- November 1, 2019
Mass Audubon is again offering military veterans and their families free admission to its 60 wildlife sanctuaries on Veterans Day, Monday, November 11.
- October 31, 2019
Mass Audubon, the state’s largest nature conservation nonprofit, now provides electric vehicle (EV) charging stations at an increasing number of its wildlife sanctuaries throughout the Commonwealth. Visitors to 11 wildlife sanctuaries from Cape Cod to the Connecticut River Valley now enjoy the extra convenience and peace of mind knowing that their EVs will be powering up while they and their families and friends are connecting with nature at some of the state’s most beautiful outdoor destinations.
- October 7, 2019
Visitors and staff at Mass Audubon’s Drumlin Farm Wildlife Sanctuary can now power their electric cars with two new electric vehicle charging stations, allowing for eco-friendly visits to the popular working farm and nature center. Leaders from Drumlin Farm, PowerOptions, and Eversource, along with local legislators and members of the community gathered today for a ribbon-cutting event to inaugurate the stations.
- August 26, 2019
Mass Audubon has completed the purchase of the 110-acre Sacred Hearts property in Wareham, six months after raising $2.6 million in a mere 27 days from generous donors. This acquisition will ensure that the spectacular coastscape along Buzzards Bay will be permanently protected from private development.
The property formally becomes part of Great Neck Wildlife Sanctuary, which now includes more than 200 acres of saltmarsh and uplands, including a mile of coastline, in one of the most beautiful and ecologically vibrant areas of the South Coast.