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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!
We’re not 100% sure what got David hooked on birds. We think it started with airplanes—an early enthusiasm. Then in kindergarten, his wonderful teacher Jeanette Reynolds did a unit on birds. Each kid had to make a bird out of paper—David’s was a Cedar Waxwing.
BNC's Willow Tree Youth Leaders recently presented their impactful project to reduce single-use plastic within schools! Their two-year effort was part of the Youth Leaders for Climate Justice (YLCJ) program led by Drumlin Farm.
BNC is teaming up with Moose Hill Wildlife Sanctuary to offer Mass Audubon members shares of fresh, organic vegetables from late May through early October. Registration is still open and early bird prices have been extended!
See the amazing work accomplished by the Youth Leaders for Climate Justice (YLCJ) as part of their 2019-2020 season! This video showcase is a culmination of the community action work led by these committed and relentless high school groups from the Boston and MetroWest areas.
NEW SERIES! In this 6-part online series, you can be social and connect to nature while keeping yourself and others safe. Enhance your observation skills, explore questions, and make connections—all while enhancing your appreciation of the world we live in! (Begins April 29)
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.