News & Events

Savannah Sparrow singing in spring at Arcadia © Phil Doyle
Savannah Sparrow at Arcadia Wildlife Sanctuary © Phil Doyle


Regional News

Don't miss a thing! Find out what's going on at Mass Audubon's wildlife sanctuaries in regions across the state. 

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Special Events

Our wildlife sanctuaries host exciting special events throughout the year, from seasonal festivals to family fun days to open houses and more.

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From the President's Office

Waterfall at Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary, Image © Gretchen Ertl

Leadership

June 21, 2022

We welcome the return of summer and all the incredible outdoor opportunities it brings, including the familiar (beach day!), the new (green concert), or the simply delightful (spotting a turtle or a dragonfly on the wing). While we are out enjoying all that the season brings, it’s also wonderful to take a moment to reflect on the awesomeness of nature—and our collective responsibility to take care of our planet.

Waterfall at Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary, Image © Gretchen Ertl

Leadership

March 17, 2022

As much as I love winter and all the outdoor adventures it brings— from snowshoeing to brisk bird walks—by the end, I long for the arrival of spring. It’s a time of renewal and reawakening.

Spotted Salamander resting on a fallen leaf on the trail

Leadership

September 20, 2021
Over the past several months, I've been soaking up every last bit of summer and seeing firsthand how Mass Audubon is creating opportunities for people like you and me to get out and experience all that nature has to offer.

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Press Releases

August 11, 2022

With Governor Baker’s signature today of the bill for climate and offshore wind developed over months of negotiation between Senate and House leaders, Massachusetts continues its track record as a global leader in regulating climate pollution. In their legislation, the  legislature set forth an exciting set of policies designed to enable the ambitious reductions in greenhouse (GHG) emissions required by the Next-Generation Climate Roadmap. 

August 3, 2022

Working with nonprofit partners, state environmental agencies, private donors, and municipalities, Mass Audubon has helped conserve more than 800 acres in two projects along the Route 2 corridor north of the Quabbin Reservoir.

These land protection achievements align with the statewide conservation organization’s Action Agenda, which prioritizes promoting and stewarding resilient landscapes.

Photo Contest

Rock climber taking in the view mid-climb © Arbenne Kelly
© Arbenne Kelly

Our annual photo contest invites you to submit your best images of wildlife, landscapes, and people enjoying the nature of Massachusetts.

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Blogs

View looking towards the heron rookery at Rocky Hill in fall (Ryan Helen Dorsey/,Mass Audubon)
Rocky Hill Wildlife Sanctuary

See the latest posts from Mass Audubon's blogs, which cover everything from sanctuary news to bird conservation to advocacy and everything in between.

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Publications

From our quarterly Explore magazine to special reports like Losing Ground and State of the Birds, we have dozens of publications to keep you informed and engaged in our work to protect the nature of Massachusetts.

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