Publications

Explore is a quarterly newsletter for Mass Audubon members. It connects readers with the latest news and events from our wildlife sanctuaries, explores local natural history and the latest seasonal phenomena, and offers hands-on nature activities for kids. Inside This Issue >

Cover of Mass Audubon's 2021-2026 Action Agenda (Great Blue Heron © Amy Erb)
Great Blue Heron © Amy Erb

Mass Audubon is entering an era of bold and urgent action, and our new Action Agenda sets an ambitious five-year plan that signals a dynamic new era for the organization. We are determined to meet our current challenges and capitalize on people's emergent connection to nature with transformational actions that will ensure future generations have the chance to "go wild." Explore the Action Agenda >

2022 Annual Report Cover, featuring a small group looking out over a boardwalk

It is clear that protecting the nature of Massachusetts is more important now than ever before. Climate change, the lack of equitable access to nature and open spaces, and the loss of biodiversity are the challenges of our time. Read the 2022 Report >

State of the Birds 2017 cover - Black-capped chickadee © Bill Thompson, USFWS
Black-capped chickadee © Bill Thompson, USFWS

A comprehensive look at the projected effects of our changing climate on our nesting birds by 2050. Learn more >

Losing Ground 2020 report cover (image © Julie Archibald)
© Julie Archibald

An extensive analysis of the pace and patterns of land development and land protection in Massachusetts between 2012 and 2017. Learn More >

Nature Smarts Workbooks on a table

It’s fun to be nature smart! Nature Smarts Workbooks (for ages 4–6 and 7–9) are packed with interactive learning activities that expand STEM knowledge to include nature literacy. Read more >

Sanctuary Magazine - Summer 2011 cover

Sanctuary magazine was a journal about natural history and the environment published by Mass Audubon for 34 years. Edited by John Hanson Mitchell, it featured articles by both guest writers and Mass Audubon staff.