2013-2018

Past Successes

Cottage and field at Tidmarsh

Big news—we've completed the second and final phase of protecting the 610-acre former Tidmarsh Farms property in Plymouth! Mass Audubon acquired a permanent Conservation Restriction (CR) to ensure the perpetual conservation of “Tidmarsh West”—129 acres of land located on the west side of Beaver Dam Road.

Past Successes

View of restored valley at Tidmarsh

Congratulations—and many, many thanks—to all who helped Mass Audubon successfully complete the purchase of 450+/- acres of land in the Manomet section of Plymouth that will soon become our newest wildlife sanctuary—the Tidmarsh Wildlife Sanctuary! 

Past Successes

Tracy Brook pond

On December 23, 2016, the deed to the new Tracy Brook Wildlife Sanctuary in Richmond was recorded. Tracy Brook—which includes 21 acres of wetlands and a nature trail—was donated to Mass Audubon by Rich and Patty Levy.

Past Successes

Stone wall on land in Dudley

We are pleased to announce the recent addition of four parcels totaling 66 acres of rocky oak upland and forested wetlands adjacent to our Pierpont Meadow Wildlife Sanctuary in Dudley. In a profession in which no two projects are alike, this one took a particularly unusual path to its happy ending. Read More

Past Successes

Old Baldy Mountain view

Mass Audubon has collaborated closely for several decades with a very generous private individual with a deep and genuine conservation ethic. What has resulted is nothing short of amazing – the future Cold Brook Wildlife Sanctuary. Read More