Regional News

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

Berkshires and Connecticut River Valley

Mass Audubon Bird-a-thon 2021 promo ad with illustrated birds

Arcadia Wildlife Sanctuary

Mass Audubon's biggest annual fundraising event is back, and the West Sanctuaries Team is in it to win it! You can support Arcadia and Pleasant Valley by making a donation and/or joining our team to help us fundraise, spot birds, and collect points. Everyone is welcome!

Mass Audubon Bird-a-thon 2021 promo ad with illustrated birds

Pleasant Valley Wildlife Sanctuary

Mass Audubon's biggest annual fundraising event is back, and the West Sanctuaries Team is in it to win it! You can support Arcadia and Pleasant Valley by making a donation and/or joining our team to help us fundraise, spot birds, and collect points. Everyone is welcome!

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Boston

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Cape Cod

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Central Massachusetts

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Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket

Northern Long-eared Bat found at Lost Farm

Lost Farm Wildlife Sanctuary

After finding a dead bat that wasn't typically found on Nantucket, researchers began monitoring the island’s bat population. They discovered that this federally threatened bat species wasn't so rare on Nantucket after all. 

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Metro South

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!

MABA 2020 campers in face masks creating art outside

Museum of American Bird Art

At Wild at Art Summer Camp in Canton, campers ages 4.5–14 have fun as naturalists, teaching artists, and trained counselors lead them in outdoor explorations and creative art projects. Registration is open!

MABA 2020 campers in face masks creating art outside

Museum of American Bird Art

At Wild at Art Summer Camp in Canton, campers ages 4.5–14 have fun as naturalists, teaching artists, and trained counselors lead them in outdoor explorations and creative art projects. Registration is open!

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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

Bird-a-thon 2021 is May 14-15

Ipswich River Wildlife Sanctuary

Mass Audubon's Bird-a-thon fundraiser is back for 2021, and the North Shore Sanctuaries Team is looking for your support! Funds raised during this event provide crucial, important support for Ipswich River, Joppa Flats, and Endicott.

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South East

Yellow Warbler © Frost-O'Brien family

Tidmarsh Wildlife Sanctuary

Jackson Frost was studying his very own Sibley guide by age 3. Once he was hooked, it didn't take long for his sister and parents to also get caught up in the rich and rewarding experience of birding as a family.

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