Nature Heroes in Action

This past year has been remarkable in so many ways—and it’s all thanks to Nature Heroes like you. You have visited sanctuaries, attended programs, volunteered your time, shared your experiences on social media, made donations, and so much more.

Check out a snapshot of what you helped accomplish this year below or in our Annual Report and watch our new video to see more Nature Heroes in action!

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Happy campers that attended summer camp thanks to scholarships.


People that participated in Mass Audubon Climate Cafes and Youth Climate Summits.


Bird-friendly forest stewardship plans put into action across 8,370 acres in Massachusetts, thanks to Mass Audubon-led Forestry for the Birds training.


Cold-stunned turtles rescued off the beaches of Cape Cod, including “Munchkin,” a 330-pound adult female Loggerhead. The largest ever to strand during cold-stun season in Massachusetts, Munchkin is now believed to be foraging in warmer waters.


Acres of additional land protected across Massachusetts, raising our total conserved acreage to 38,211 acres. This land serves as important habitat for plants and animals; provides people with clean drinking water, fresh air, better health, and more places to experience the joys of nature; and leads to a more resilient Massachusetts in the face of climate change.


Visitors that explored one of 60 wildlife sanctuaries across the state.

Want to see those numbers grow?

Include Mass Audubon in your year-end giving to help protect the nature of Massachusetts for people, for land, and for wildlife!

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About Hillary T.

Where: Mass Audubon Headquarters, Lincoln Who: Massachusetts transplant by way of Florida and New York. Raising two young girls, who she hopes will be budding naturalists Favorite part of the job: Learning something new every day from some of the smartest and most enthusiastic groups of people

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