Regional News

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

South of Boston Events

"Tap Into Nature" event logo

North River Wildlife Sanctuary

Special Event March 19, 2019

Join us at Stellwagen Beer Company for an evening of local beer, live music, swing dancing, games, and camaraderie—all in support of our educational programs in South Shore schools.

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Allens Pond Wildlife Sanctuary

Beach on Sacred Hearts property
Beach on Sacred Hearts property

We are thrilled to announce that the $2.6 million goal was met to protect the Sacred Hearts property! Our offer was officially accepted on February 14, and we're excited to be on our way to purchasing 110 acres to expand Great Neck Wildlife Sanctuary.

Great Neck Wildlife Sanctuary

Beach on Sacred Hearts property
Beach on Sacred Hearts property

We are thrilled to announce that the $2.6 million goal was met to protect the Sacred Hearts property! Our offer was officially accepted on February 14, and we're excited to be on our way to purchasing 110 acres to expand Great Neck Wildlife Sanctuary.

Kids on the pier during Winter Vacation Week

North River Wildlife Sanctuary

Looking for local winter fun during School Vacation? We offer a full week of programs featuring exciting indoor and outdoor activities that explore winter adaptations through play and adventure.

Oak Knoll Wildlife Sanctuary

Kids facing camera with binoculars in fall

Oak Knoll is excited to announce our 2018-19 programs designed exclusively for the homeschool community! These drop-off programs provide a wonderful opportunity for homeschoolers to meet with other students in a social environment while engaging with the natural world. 

Tidmarsh Wildlife Sanctuary

Fall walk at Tidmarsh © Jeanne Lesperance
© Jeanne Lesperance

January 19 marked the one-year anniversary of the day that Tidmarsh first opened to the public. We're very proud of what we've accomplished since then, and we couldn't have done any of it without your support!

Tidmarsh Wildlife Sanctuary

View of restored valley at Tidmarsh

Congratulations—and many, many thanks—to all who helped Mass Audubon successfully complete the purchase of 450+/- acres of land in the Manomet section of Plymouth that will soon become our newest wildlife sanctuary—the Tidmarsh Wildlife Sanctuary!