Check here for the latest news from Mass Audubon wildlife sanctuaries around the state.
Cape Cod and Islands
On January 25, Broad Meadow Brook hosted high school students, educators, and Mass Audubon staff at an event designed to give students the tools they need to take action on climate change in their schools and communities.
Connecticut River Valley
Experience unforgettable journeys, from an exploration of the vibrant landscapes of Vietnam to diving adventures on the little-known island of Moheli and more. Each themed night offers a location-based buffet dinner and engaging visual presentation. Next program is February 20.
At Blue Hills Nature Day Camp in Milton, our unique location atop scenic Chickatawbut Hill invites campers ages 3.5-14 to discover nature through hands-on exploration, creative play, and active learning. Registration now open for summer 2020!
Recently, a casual tally along the shore of Stony Brook Pond found more than 90 trees and shrubs bearing dramatic evidence of beaver activity within the last several months. Of course, it helps to know why the beavers are wreaking all this havoc in the first place.
Grab a beer at True North Ale Company, enjoy some food, and listen as historian Paul St. Germain recounts the riveting story of Straitsmouth Island and the 180-year journey that led to its remarkable reopening in 2018.
South of Boston
At Mass Audubon Adventure Camp at Redbrook in Plymouth, campers ages 4 to 10 enjoy a unique nature-and-sports experience featuring active games, creative art projects, and hands-on explorations of nature. Registration now open for summer 2020!
Calling all volunteers—we're thrilled to announce the launch of our expanded Volunteer Program! From monitoring trails to helping with construction projects to co-leading education programs, there are lots of new ways you can get involved at the sanctuary.