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Three campers in mud boots climbing a rock in the sunshine at Broadmoor Nature Camp

Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary

At our summer day camp in Natick, kids ages 4–17 explore, have fun, and make friends while creating lifelong memories through guided outdoor explorations, games, hands-on activities, and crafts. Registration is now open for summer 2022!

Terra Corps volunteer at Broadmoor

Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary

Earlier this month, the intrepid trail team at Broadmoor completed a reroute and reopened the much loved Hemlock Trail. This beautiful trail winds through oak-pine woods down to a stream bordered by hemlocks, flowing into the Wildlife Pond.

Drumlin Farm camper wearing a face mask sitting next to a goat

Drumlin Farm Wildlife Sanctuary

At our summer day camp, children ages 4–17 discover local habitats, connect with the natural landscape, and develop great friendships—a tradition we’ve maintained since 1956. Registration is now open for summer 2022!

Three Wise Men Lino Print by Susan Wilder

Habitat Education Center & Wildlife Sanctuary

On display July 1-31 
Mass Audubon Habitat Education Center & Wildlife Sanctuary Gallery presents their July show, “Capturing the Wind” featuring a collaboration between two artists from the coast of Maine, Berri Kramer, a fiber/collage artist and Susan Wilder, a printmaker.