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Everyone loves to catch a glimpse of ladybugs—especially gardeners. Ladybugs (which are not technically bugs, but beetles) feed on pesky aphids that harm apple, peach, and plum trees, as well as maples and pines. Both native and non-native species... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
- October 23, 2017
Mass Audubon has officially broken ground for its state-of-the art Environmental Learning Center at Drumlin Farm Wildlife Sanctuary in Lincoln. When it debuts next spring, the 3,700 square foot building will serve as the hub from which all of the wildlife sanctuary’s environmental education flows. The Sunday, October 15 groundbreaking celebration brought together Mass Audubon leaders and Drumlin Farm friends and supporters of the exciting new sanctuary resource.
- September 8, 2017
Climate change could impact many Bay State birds—including familiar species such as the Black-capped Chickadee— over the next 30-50 years, according to Mass Audubon’s State of the Birds: Massachusetts Birds and Our Changing Climate. The report is the third in the respected conservation organization’s State of the Birds series, which monitors the status of birdlife in Massachusetts.
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