Mass Audubon has named Jonah Keane as the new Director of its Connecticut River Valley wildlife sanctuaries.
More than 2,000 images poured into Mass Audubon offices in response to its fourth-annual statewide photo contest, Picture This: Your Great Outdoors, guaranteeing the selection of winners for the 2013 competition would be the toughest yet.
Nashua River Savior Marion Stoddart Presented with Allen Morgan Award.
Some of America’s most important and visually stunning bird portraits—not viewed by the public in more than 30 years—will be on display for a single evening when Mass Audubon presents “The Art of Birds” Thursday, September 19
Photo Contest Deadline is September 30.
Grand Prize awarded at the 10th-annual Allens Pond Duck Derby held August 17 at the Mass Audubon wildlife sanctuary in Dartmouth.
The popular day camp at Mass Audubon’s Moose Hill Wildlife Sanctuary in Sharon has been chosen one of the “Best of the Best” by the Boston Parents Paper.
Military families now enjoy free admission at all Mass Audubon wildlife sanctuaries, Memorial Day through Labor Day.
Conservation Group Cited for Helping Communities Make ‘Shaping the Future’ a Priority
The American Society of Landscape Architects has bestowed its prestigious LaGasse Medal upon Mass Audubon's Stuart Weinreb.
Thanks to team members and other supporters, organizers are hoping to surpass the event’s largest single-year total of more than $200,000.
Mass Audubon's annual Statewide Volunteer Day April 27 draws hundreds to "Work For Wildlife" spring-cleaning projects at 15 sanctuaries.
The Legislative Report Card is a compilation of the roll call votes taken by state legislators on environmental bills or funding measures.
Mass Audubon’s annual statewide photography contest, Picture This: Your Great Outdoors, begins today, April 1, and continues through Monday, September 30.
Mass Audubon, a premier voice for conservation in Massachusetts and New England, has elected Jared Chase of Wellesley as Chair of its Board of Directors.
People can help their feathered friends in the coldest season by joining Mass Audubon’s annual Focus on Feeders winter bird count on the weekend of February 2-3, 2013.