Regional News

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

Cape Cod News

Ruby-throated Hummingbird visiting monarda flower (Kristin Foresto/Mass Audubon)

Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary

Doris Countryman, a longtime volunteer who shared her love of birds and nature, left a special legacy to Wellfleet Bay so the place where she spent so much time enjoying nature could continue helping others enjoy it for years to come.

Pages from a student's science journal

Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary

Since COVID-19 upended traditional learning, Mass Audubon educators statewide have worked hard to reinvent our nature-based science programs for schools. The result is a new curriculum that provides maximum flexibility and a connection with the outdoors.

Sunset during Felix Neck's 2019 Sanctuary Supper

Felix Neck Wildlife Sanctuary

We're celebrating Felix Neck's 50th anniversary with several fun, unique events this summer! Join us in honoring and reflecting on the sanctuary's five decades of work inspiring nature heroes. 

Marney Toole is a dedicated Felix Neck volunteer

Felix Neck Wildlife Sanctuary

Marney Toole has been a volunteer with the sanctuary on and off since the 1980s. We talked with Marney about her experiences and to find out what she loves about Felix Neck, volunteering, and the winter season.