Trails at many of our wildlife sanctuaries are now open; buildings & restrooms remain closed. Read More
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 an opportunity to protect a 1,500-acre property that boasts extensive and beautiful intact forest, a wide range of rare plants and animals, and miles of trails—all within close proximity to hundreds of thousands of people. Learn More >
Mass Audubon has an opportunity to protect 67-acres adjacent to High Ledges Wildlife Sanctuary in Shelburne Falls, which would create a wildlife corridor of more than 1,000 connected acres. Learn More >
Mass Audubon has the incredible opportunity to permanently protect Rattlesnake Hill, a vast 330-acre property in Sharon that encompasses beautiful pine and oak forest, streams, and vernal pools. But right now, as one of the largest undeveloped natural properties in the Greater Boston area, it's vulnerable to development. Learn More >