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Mass Audubon has been protecting the nature of Massachusetts since 1896. We're planning lots of fun ways to honor our 125th anniversary this year. You're invited to join the fun all throughout 2021! Celebrate with us >
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Our wildlife sanctuaries host exciting special events throughout the year, from seasonal festivals to family fun days to open houses and more.
From the President's Office
Three organizations - Lowell Parks & Conservation Trust, Mass Audubon, and Mill City Grows - are working in partnership to protect an historic Lowell farm.The intent of the partnership is to create an urban wildlife sanctuary and education center at the property, known as Rollie's Farm, dedicated to local agricultural and community-based environmental education.
As rising sea levels and stronger storms present increasing threats to the state’s shorelines, Mass Audubon is developing a new Coastal Resilience Program (CRP) to sustain beaches, salt marshes, coastal islands, and other vulnerable habitats in the face of climate change.
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Our annual photo contest invites you to submit your best images of wildlife, landscapes, and people enjoying the nature of Massachusetts.
See the latest posts from Mass Audubon's blogs, which cover everything from sanctuary news to bird conservation to advocacy and everything in between.
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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