Mass Audubon works individually and in partnership with others throughout the state to conserve important natural lands—forever. Here are projects that urgently need your help.
Mass Audubon has the opportunity to purchase 25 acres of open land adjacent to Oak Knoll Wildlife Sanctuary in Attleboro, offered for sale by the Dorrance family. Learn More >
Mass Audubon has the opportunity to acquire a spectacular 110-acre coastal property at Great Neck in Wareham that would be the final key in creating a beautiful new 200+ acre sanctuary. Learn More >
In this time of changing climate, the importance of protecting and maintaining wildlife corridors cannot be overstated. The preservation of the O’Brien land will protect the local watershed and an important wildlife corridor that connects large blocks of forested land which are favorable for wide-ranging moose and other wildlife. Learn More >