Electric Vehicle Charging Stations at Mass Audubon

Wellfleet Bay EV Charging Station

Switching to a hybrid or electric vehicle is one of the most effective things the typical American can do to reduce their personal carbon footprint. And when recharged with renewable energy, the benefit is even larger. 

Charge Up

That's why Mass Audubon has installed Electric Vehicle (EV) charging stations at several of our wildlife sanctuaries across the state. More are on the way, so keep checking back!

Greater Boston

Habitat Education Center, Belmont

  • Two Level 2 J1772 connector plugs that are compatible with all makes and models of EV (Tesla owners may need to use an adapter to connect their vehicle).
  • Each plug provides about 25 miles for every hour of charging time
  • Free (Donation requested)

Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary, Natick

  • Two Level 2 J1772 connector plugs that are compatible with all makes and models of EV (Tesla owners may need to use an adapter to connect their vehicle).
  • Each plug provides about 25 miles for every hour of charging time
  • ChargePoint Network
  • $0.28 per kWh

Drumlin Farm Wildlife Sanctuary, Lincoln

  • Four Level 2 J1772 connector plugs that are compatible with all makes and models of EV (Tesla owners may need to use an adapter to connect their vehicle).
  • Each plug provides about 25 miles for every hour of charging time
  • ChargePoint Network
  • $0.28 per kWh

Moose Hill Wildlife Sanctuary, Sharon

  • Two Level 2 J1772 connector plugs that are compatible with all makes and models of EV (Tesla owners may need to use an adapter to connect their vehicle).
  • Each plug provides about 25 miles for every hour of charging time
  • ChargePoint Network
  • $0.28 per kWh

Boston Nature Center, Mattapan

  • Two Level 2 J1772 connector plugs that are compatible with all makes and models of EV (Tesla owners may need to use an adapter to connect their vehicle).
  • Each plug provides about 25 miles for every hour of charging time
  • ChargePoint Network
  • $0.28 per kWh

→ Coming Soon: MABA (Canton); Stony Brook (Norfolk)

Central Massachusetts

Wachusett Meadow Wildlife Sanctuary, Princeton

  • Two Level 2 J1772 connector plugs that are compatible with all makes and models of EV (Tesla owners may need to use an adapter to connect their vehicle).
  • Each plug provides about 25 miles for every hour of charging time
  • Free (Donation requested)

→ Coming Soon: Broad Meadow Brook (Worcester)

North Shore

Joppa Flats Education Center, Newburyport

  • Two Level 2 J1772 connector plugs that are compatible with all makes and models of EV (Tesla owners may need to use an adapter to connect their vehicle).
  • Each plug provides about 25 miles for every hour of charging time
  • ChargePoint Network
  • $0.28 per kWh

Ipswich River Wildlife Sanctuary, Topsfield

  • Two Level 2 J1772 connector plugs that are compatible with all makes and models of EV (Tesla owners may need to use an adapter to connect their vehicle).
  • Each plug provides about 25 miles for every hour of charging time
  • ChargePoint Network
  • $0.28 per kWh

South Shore

→ Coming Soon: North River Wildlife Sanctuary (Marshfield)

Cape Cod & Islands

Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary, South Wellfleet

  • Two Level 2 J1772 connector plugs that are compatible with all makes and models of EV (Tesla owners may need to use an adapter to connect their vehicle).
  • Each plug provides about 25 miles for every hour of charging time
  • ChargePoint Network
  • $0.28 per kWh

Connecticut River Valley

Arcadia Wildlife Sanctuary, Easthampton & Northampton

  • Four Level 2 J1772 connector plugs that are compatible with all makes and models of EV (Tesla owners may need to use an adapter to connect their vehicle).
  • Each plug provides about 25 miles for every hour of charging time
  • ChargePoint Network
  • $0.28 per kWh