Mass Audubon’s annual photo contest, Picture This: Your Great Outdoors, attracted photographers who entered more than 2,000 images.The Grand Prize winner was Ken Lee of Watertown, who won for his striking photograph of a sandhill crane taken near Mass Audubon’s Rough Meadows Wildlife Sanctuary in Rowley.
The New England Patriots’ Celebrate Volunteerism initiative honored Mass Audubon and longtime member and volunteer Ruth Connaughton.
Mass Audubon unveils new universally accessible trails at three more wildlife sanctuaries this autumn.
Mass Audubon celebrates the grand opening of its Rocky Hill Wildlife Sanctuary in Groton, MA.
The public is invited to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the George Robert White Environmental Conservation Center at Mass Audubon’s Boston Nature Center as part of the annual “Rockin’ with Raptors” festival.
Mass Audubon’s Ipswich River Wildlife Sanctuary in Topsfield is hosting its inaugural fundraiser to benefit the sanctuary’s new Educators’ Place.
“Nests, Eggs, Heartbreak, & Beauty,” an exhibit featuring the rare, 19th-century Jones family volume Illustrations of the Nests and Eggs of Birds of Ohio, will open on Sunday, September 30 at the Mass Audubon Visual Arts Center in Canton and continue through January 13.
Sept. 30 is the deadline for Mass Audubon's 2012 Annual Statewide Photo Contest
The 2012 Duck Derby Grand Prize is dinner for two, air travel, and two night’s accommodation anywhere in the world!
Governor Deval Patrick will announce more than $5 million in new grants for cultural organizations Tuesday, July 17 at Mass Audubon’s Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary.
The Sibley Farm Conservation Partnership, consisting of Mass Audubon, Common Ground Land Trust, and the Greater Worcester Land Trust, has announced the purchase of the Sibley and Warner Farms in Spencer, culminating a year-long effort to preserve the 350-acre property for conservation, agriculture, and recreation.
Mass Audubon and the Essex County Greenbelt Association announce the Grand Opening of the Rough Meadows Wildlife Sanctuary in Rowley on Saturday, June 2, 2012.
Hundreds of bird enthusiasts throughout the state will vie to spot the most species in a 24-hour period during Mass Audubon’s annual Bird-a-thon competition and fundraiser.
Mass Audubon is pleased to announce its third annual statewide photo contest, Picture This: Your Great Outdoors. People of all ages and abilities are again invited to submit their favorite photographs of wildlife, landscapes, and family and friends enjoying nature.
Sixteen Mass Audubon wildlife sanctuaries from Cape Cod to the Berkshires will offer projects suitable for all ages and abilities for Mass Audubon’s sixth-annual Statewide Volunteer Day Saturday, April 28, 2012.
Mass Audubon debuts a new, easy-to-use online program catalog for teachers, science coordinators, administrators, and others looking for educational enrichment programs and field trips.
The Patrick-Murray Administration’s Executive Office of Housing and Economic Development (HED) has released the 495/MetroWest Development Compact Plan, a blueprint for job creation, economic development, and preservation efforts along the I-495 corridor.
Three conservation organizations have announced the launch of a $650,000 fundraising campaign to complete the purchase and protection of the 352-acre Sibley and Warner farms in Spencer.
Mass Audubon is again inviting the public to help bird species in the coldest season by joining its “Focus on Feeders” annual winter bird count the weekend of February 4-5, 2012.
A recent conservation census has determined that 10 million additional acres were preserved nationwide from 2005 to 2010.