Regional News

Check here for the latest news from Mass Audubon wildlife sanctuaries around the state.

Berkshires and Connecticut River Valley

Arcadia campers holding a Wild Turkey feather

Arcadia Wildlife Sanctuary

At Arcadia Nature Day Camp in Easthampton, campers ages 5–16 spend time discovering special places, meeting new friends, playing games, and having fun outside. Registration is now open!

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Boston

Campers playing on hill behind BNC

Boston Nature Center & Wildlife Sanctuary

Boston Nature Center Camp will be open for summer 2021 with 11 one-week sessions in Mattapan and 6 one-week sessions at Roxbury Latin School in West Roxbury. We have a new registration process, and sign-up is open from February 3-15.

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Cape Cod

Pages from a student's science journal

Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary

Since COVID-19 upended traditional learning, Mass Audubon educators statewide have worked hard to reinvent our nature-based science programs for schools. The result is a new curriculum that provides maximum flexibility and a connection with the outdoors.

Sunset during Felix Neck's 2019 Sanctuary Supper

Felix Neck Wildlife Sanctuary

We're celebrating Felix Neck's 50th anniversary with several fun, unique events this summer! Join us in honoring and reflecting on the sanctuary's five decades of work inspiring nature heroes. 

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Central Massachusetts

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Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket

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Metro South

Campers & counselors at Blue Hills overlook as part of Blue Hills Nature Day Camp

Blue Hills Trailside Museum

At Blue Hills Nature Day Camp in Milton, our unique location atop scenic Chickatawbut Hill invites campers ages 5-13 to discover nature through hands-on exploration, creative play, and active learning. Registration is open!

Young Moose Hill camper with an insect net at the base of a tree

Moose Hill Wildlife Sanctuary

Weekly sessions at Moose Hill Nature Camp in Sharon have campers discovering the sanctuary, getting dirty in farm fields, experimenting with science, dabbling in art, and venturing to new places. Registration is now open!

Pequid Brook along Main Loop Trail at MABA

Museum of American Bird Art

Thanks to the generosity and vision of a longtime local family, MABA has grown by nearly three acres! The new addition features a lovely series of rapids on Pequit Brook, which parallels the sanctuary's Main Loop Trail.

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Metro West

Woman & man walking by overlook at Drumlin Farm Wildlife Sanctuary in summer

Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary

Last year will be remembered for generations as a year of unexpected and enormous challenges as the world grappled with the effects of a global pandemic. At the same time, 2020 provided opportunities for new insights about focusing on what's really important. 

Woman & man walking by overlook at Drumlin Farm Wildlife Sanctuary in summer

Drumlin Farm Wildlife Sanctuary

Last year will be remembered for generations as a year of unexpected and enormous challenges as the world grappled with the effects of a global pandemic. At the same time, 2020 provided opportunities for new insights about focusing on what's really important. 

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North Shore

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South East

TerraCorps team member Jenna Shea

Allens Pond Wildlife Sanctuary

We're excited to introduce our newest TerraCorps team member—Jenna Shea! A recent graduate of UMass Amherst, Jenna will use her service year to cultivate relationships between community members and the nature that surrounds them.

TerraCorps team member Jenna Shea

Great Neck Wildlife Sanctuary

We're excited to introduce our newest TerraCorps team member—Jenna Shea! A recent graduate of UMass Amherst, Jenna will use her service year to cultivate relationships between community members and the nature that surrounds them.

New footbridge over West Beaver Dam Brook at the entrance to Tidmarsh Wildlife Sanctuary

Tidmarsh Wildlife Sanctuary

The wait is over—we're so excited to welcome the public back to Tidmarsh! The parking lot and entrance trail have re-opened. Visitors will enjoy several improvements to the sanctuary, including a new footbridge over West Beaver Dam Brook.

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