Regional News

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

Cape Cod and Islands Events

Yellow-crowned Night-Heron in Ipswich © Kim Caruso

Long Pasture Wildlife Sanctuary

Special Event January 23, 2019

At this special event series held each winter at Cape Cod Beer, attendees can learn about wildlife over some fine locally-brewed beverages. Come have a brew and learn something new about a few of Cape Cod's fascinating creatures! January's topic: "Changes in New England Bird Population"

Cape Cod and Islands News

Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary

Red-bellied Woodpecker male © Gerry Farquharson
Red-bellied Woodpecker © Gerry Farquharson

Join us this fall and winter for sociable and educational bird talks! Warm beverages and sweet treats will be provided. Next program is February 14.

Felix Neck Wildlife Sanctuary

Felix Neck 2018 Annual Report cover

Felix Neck soared this year, and we want to share some of the accomplishments made possible by our nature community. Find out about our year of learning and teaching, sharing nature, and protecting wildlife in our Annual Report. 

Felix Neck Wildlife Sanctuary

Raccoon tracks © Rosemary Mosco
Raccoon tracks © Rosemary Mosco

In the winter months, when animal activity seems to be down, you can often find signs of the few animals that remain active on Martha’s Vineyard this time of year—especially in freshly fallen snow. 

Felix Neck Wildlife Sanctuary

LIT Rachel Kingsley
Rachel Kingsley

This summer, the sanctuary hosted a special crop of returning camp counselors, Leaders-in-Training, interns, and volunteers. We asked a few of them what makes them tick, why they come to Felix Neck, and what they hope to accomplish, and their answers inspired us.

Felix Neck Wildlife Sanctuary

Horseshoe crab in hands

Summer 2018 was an incredible season for the monitoring of our local shorebird, Osprey, and horseshoe crab populations—both in the numbers of these animals recorded as well as in the turnout of dedicated and eager volunteers who led the charge.