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Making observations in a working forest © Valerie Pasquarella

Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary

Special Event December 11, 2019

Join Broadmoor at Jack's Abby Brewery in Framingham for food, locally-brewed beer, and thought-provoking discussions about nature with various experts. (December 11: "Imagery & Ecology of NE Land Systems")

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Conservation project staff on Hawaii's Big Island © Amy Fleischer

Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary

Experience unforgettable journeys, from an exploration of the biodiversity-rich Sky Islands of Arizona to endangered species conservation projects on Hawaii's Big Island and more. Each themed night offers a location-based buffet dinner and engaging visual presentation. Next program is December 5.

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.

Parents and preschoolers at a Fledgling Friday program

Moose Hill Wildlife Sanctuary

Spend some with your little one every Friday afternoon creating art, participating in STEAM activities, listening to stories, and exploring the outdoors. Each week has a different theme!

Beaver gnawing stick in a pond © Amy Vaughn

Stony Brook Wildlife Sanctuary

The title of the classic family TV show brings to mind childhood whimsy and cleverness—mixed in with a little innocent trouble and complications. In real life, however, beavers can cause lots of problems and require constant monitoring.