Check here for the latest news from Mass Audubon wildlife sanctuaries around the state.
Cape Cod and Islands
We offer many opportunities to participate in wildlife research and protection efforts as a citizen science volunteer in our monitoring and survey projects. Training sessions for first-time volunteers take place in March and April. Don't miss out on a uniquely rewarding experience—sign up today!
Celebrate butterflies with a day of educational fun at the 11th Annual Butterfly Festival. Walks, workshops, arts and crafts, children's activities, face painting, food, and more!
Broad Meadow Brook is excited to bring the great outdoors back into the city this summer. From canoeing to insect collecting to nature crafts, there’s something fun going on in a park near you. And thanks to our sponsors, it's all free!
Connecticut River Valley
With the support of a recently awarded grant, Moose Hill is working to increase upland habitat diversity and improve early successional habitat for plants and wildlife. Work on the project began in mid-February and will be completed by the end of June. Updated March 26.
South of Boston
North River's newest art exhibit, In a Natural State, features nearly 50 stunning new watercolors by Barry Van Dusen, each celebrating the flora and fauna of 56 Mass Audubon wildlife sanctuaries. On June 3, come meet the artist and listen to him share details of his artistic process. Exhibit on display May 19–June 26.