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Lake Wampanoag Wildlife Sanctuary. Gardner

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Spring at Its Best

  • Drumlin Farm Wildlife Sanctuary, Lincoln

    Farming & CSA's

    Learn about our sustainable farming practices, sign up for a farm share, or take a food-related program! 

  • sensory garden sign and garden

    Gardens & Gardening

    Wander through a native pollinator garden, learn about beekeeping, and find gardening programs! 

  • High Grass with small butterfly
    © Gretchen Ertl

    Ditch the Lawnmower This Spring

    Studies show that letting grass grow longer increases the abundance and diversity of native insects, so a change in how we approach mowing, like "No Mow May", can help our native bees, butterflies, and other pollinators get a good start to the season.

  • Pink spring wildflower at High Ledges
    High Ledges, Shelburne

    Spring in Bloom in the West

    Immerse yourself in the verdant unfolding of spring by visiting the Mass Audubon wildlife sanctuaries of the West. Here are a few to get you started.

  • Trout Lily blooming
    Trout Lily © Richard Welch

    Take a Walk on the Wildflower Side

    To help you fully appreciate this spring wildflower season here are some tips for where to look, what to look for, and when to find all kinds of spectacular blooms.

  • Maple sugar buckets on trees

    The Art of Maple Sugaring

    Find out everything there is to know about maple sugaring and how to make maple syrup in Massachusetts. 

  • grouping of purple skunk cabbage
    Skunk Cabbage © Kathy Pillsbury

    Four Early Signs of Spring

    Long before the trees leaf out and baby songbirds hatch, you can look for these early signs that a new season is finally arriving.


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