Woman holding binoculars Join today and get outside at one of our 60+ wildlife sanctuaries.
Woman holding binoculars Join today and get outside at one of our 60+ wildlife sanctuaries.
A White-breasted Nuthatch climbs down a tree trunk head-first.

© Erica Granor

Publications & Resources

Mass Audubon conducts research and produces reports on everything from land use to breeding birds.


A hawk perches on a rooftop solar panel, with tree branches in the background

Growing Solar, Protecting Nature

Mass Audubon teamed up with Harvard Forest to complete a comprehensive analysis of Massachusetts’ options for future solar development. 

Black-capped Chickadee on sumac flowers
Black-capped Chickadee

State of the Birds

Reports that analyze data as to how our bird populations had changed over time and what's projected for the future.

marsh with water and cloudy blue sky
© Julie Archibald

Losing Ground

A report analyzing changes to land use patterns in Massachusetts using the most up-to-date technology every five years.

Wood Thrush

Breeding Bird Atlases

Collection of data about all of the birds that breed in a particular state or region.


Side view of a Great Blye Heron copyright Amy Erb
Great Blue Heron © Amy Erb

Action Agenda

An ambitious five-year plan that signals a dynamic new era for the organization.

Spotted Salamander resting on a fallen leaf on the trail
Spotted Salamander


Mass Audubon's Quarterly member newsletter.

three young adults on a boardwalk pointing to something in wetland below
Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary, Natick

Annual Report

A look at the past year's accomplishments.

Nature Smarts Workbooks on a table

Nature Smart Workbooks

STEM-based workbooks for children packed with interactive learning activities with an emphasis on observational skills and the investigation method.

Tidmarsh Wildlife Sanctuary watercolor © Barry Van Dusen
© Barry Van Dusen

Finding Sanctuary

An Artist Explores the Nature of Mass Audubon.

cover of sanctuary magazine from 2014

Sanctuary magazine

A journal about natural history and the environment. The 200th—and final—issue was published in 2014.


Fact Sheets

Mowed path through grasslands at Daniel Webster Wildlife Sanctuary

Value of Nature

A look at the ecosystem services provided by five different ecosystems.