Regional News

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

Cape Cod and Islands Events

American Robin eating holly berries © Dana Spires 750

Ashumet Holly Wildlife Sanctuary

Special Event December 14, 2019

Take a "holly-day" season walk at one of the largest holly plantations in New England! Learn about the natural history of hollies and gather your own holly boughs to take home. 

Cape Cod and Islands News

Horseshoe Crab survey volunteers at work © Gabrielle Mannino

Felix Neck Wildlife Sanctuary

Summer 2019 was an incredible season for Felix Neck's Osprey, Atlantic Horseshoe Crab, breeding shorebirds, odonate, and salamander citizen science projects! Over 40 individuals trekked through woods and across beaches to collect the data needed for the conservation and management of these iconic Vineyard species. 

"Never Home Alone" cover © Basic Books

Felix Neck Wildlife Sanctuary

Your house is incredibly biodiverse, with thousands of species of microbes, molds, spiders, and insects sharing your space. To put it simply, you are running a biodiversity boardinghouse. But there's good news—according to Never Home Alone by Rob Dunn, not all of this is bad news.