Regional News

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

Greater Boston Events

Blue Hills Trailside Museum in 1959

Blue Hills Trailside Museum

Special Event September 14, 2019

Bring the whole family to celebrate Trailside's 60th anniversary with free admission, live animal demonstrations, special exhibits, and engaging programs for all ages!

Band performing at Drumlin Farm's 2018 Summer Music Series

Drumlin Farm Wildlife Sanctuary

Special Event August 30, 2019

This summer, several Boston-area bands will perform Friday evening concerts on the lawn at Drumlin Farm! Bring the family to enjoy live music, ice cream, lawn games, and more. (August 30: Sarah Mendelsohn)

Chef's tasting plate at Moon Over Drumlin 2018 © Sara Colkert Photography

Drumlin Farm Wildlife Sanctuary

Special Event September 28, 2019

Celebrate the bounties of summer and support Drumlin Farm at the same time! Taste the delights prepared by our featured chefs while you enjoy an exciting raffle and live auction.

Stony Brook Wildlife Sanctuary's Wood Duck Derby

Stony Brook Wildlife Sanctuary

Special Event October 5, 2019

Come cheer on the (rubber) wood ducks during the most popular event of our Annual Fall Fair. The first duck to cross the finish line wins the Grand Prize!

Greater Boston News

Instructor showing a trail reroute in the field at Broadmoor

Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary

Register now for the next session in our 4-part trail building and stewardship training series! Classes are designed for land managers, conservation professionals, volunteer groups, and volunteer trail stewards. Next workshop is September 12.

REI "Loving Our Local Outdoors" logo

Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary

Great news! Thanks to REI's first-ever "Loving Our Local Outdoors" member vote grant, Broadmoor will receive a funding award to repair and reroute nine miles of hiking trails.

David Whipple © Gladstone-Whipple family

Blue Hills Trailside Museum

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.

Farm-to-School in Somerville

Drumlin Farm Wildlife Sanctuary

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 after school curriculum thanks to a partnership with Drumlin Farm.