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Swirling cluster of fireflies © Jonathan McElvery

Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary

Special Event December 12, 2018

Join Broadmoor at Jack’s Abby Brewery in Framingham for food, locally-brewed beer, and thought-provoking discussions with various experts about their work in the natural world. 

Kids get up-close with a barred owl at Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary

Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary

Special Event February 8-9, 2019

Come explore the wonders of owls with friends and family! Go on a full moon owl prowl, or join us for an up-close and personal view of some of our local owl species.

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Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary

Magnificent Frigatebirds © Frantz Delcroix
Magnificent Frigatebirds © Frantz Delcroix

Voyage from the pristine waters of British Columbia’s inside passage to bird population recovery efforts in the Caribbean and more. Each themed night offers a location-based buffet dinner and presentation of images in an exotic location. Next program is December 6.

Drumlin Farm Wildlife Sanctuary

Boy watering a school garden

Ever try to get your kids to eat carrots? It’s not always easy. But for students in grades K–5 at Somerville public schools, eating carrots is part of the afterschool curriculum thanks to a partnership with Drumlin Farm.

Moose Hill Wildlife Sanctuary

Squirrel digging for seeds in snow © Tania D'Avignon
© Tania D'Avignon

Think you know nature? Prove it! Join us at Moose Hill for an evening series of nature-themed trivia, with questions about the natural world and tests of your outdoor skills. Next event is December 12.

Stony Brook Wildlife Sanctuary

Tree silloutted by sunset at Stony Brook Wildlife Sanctuary

When the holiday season finally arrives, most people find themselves taking the time to celebrate and give thanks. At Stony Brook, it’s no different—we have much to cheer and many people to thank!

Museum of American Bird Art

Front cover of Massachusetts Masterpieces
Cover image: Black-bellied Plover by Melvin G. Lawrence (1870-1932)

Many of the most important birds in the history of decoy-making were made in Massachusetts. In this new, lavishly produced art book, thirty-six never-before-published historical photographs are combined with important, new historical material.