Speak Up for Nature!

Mass Audubon relies on science, advocacy, and education to protect the environment. We want to make it easy for you to speak up and voice your support for the nature of Massachusetts.

From now until April 24, you can Speak Up for Nature at many of our wildlife sanctuaries. Tables at participating sites (see below) will be set up with writing and drawing supplies, so visitors of all ages can share what nature means to them with our Congressional delegation in Washington DC.

Taking this opportunity to ask your Congressperson or Senator to continue protecting our clean air and water, wildlife, wetlands, and other important natural habitats will send an important message.

All of the letters and drawings made at our sanctuaries will be hand delivered to our elected officials in Washington by the President of Mass Audubon!

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Participating Sanctuaries

Please call ahead to make sure materials will be out during your visit.

Berkshires
Pleasant Valley, Lenox

Connecticut River Valley
Arcadia, Easthampton & Northampton

Central Massachusetts
Broad Meadow Brook, Worcester
Wachusett Meadow, Princeton

Greater Boston
Boston Nature Center, Mattapan
Broadmoor, Natick
Drumlin Farm, Lincoln

North of Boston
Ipswich River, Topsfield
Joppa Flats, Newburyport

South of Boston
Moose Hill, Sharon
North River, Marshfield
Oak Knoll, Attleboro
Stony Brook, Norfolk

Cape Cod and the Islands
Felix Neck, Edgartown
Wellfleet Bay, Wellfleet

Can’t make it to a sanctuary?

Download a coloring sheet, color in the front, and write your message on the back.

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