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Compost for the Climate According to the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection, food waste makes up one-quarter of our state’s trash. That means your biodegradable apple cores and other plant based materials are needlessly taking up space in landfills and...

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Take 5: Nest Builders The varied landscapes of Massachusetts provide nesting spots for nearly 200 bird species and spring is prime time for nest-building and brooding. You may have seen birds flitting back and forth with beaks full of twigs, grasses, and even plastic...

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What To Do This Weekend: May 18-19 Look for wildflowers, go birding, practice yoga, learn how to draw, kayak under a full moon, and more at a wildlife sanctuary this weekend. Berkshires Go on a Spring Wildflower Walk at Pleasant Valley in Lenox. Learn to use guides to look up plants...

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Take 5: Busy Bees It’s springtime and nature is abuzz with activity—literally, in the case of bees! With more than 370 species of bees living in Massachusetts, there’s plenty for a budding entomologist to discover. While the more familiar bumblebees and...

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What To Do This Weekend: May 11-12 Go on bird walks, make cheese, look for wildflowers, celebrate Mother’s Day, see bird banding in action, and more at a wildlife sanctuary this weekend. Greater Boston Go Saturday Morning Birding at Blue Hills Trailside Museum in Milton....

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Don’t Ditch the Dandelions! Before you mow them down or, worse, reach for the herbicide, you might want to consider giving the dandelions in your yard a second chance. How They Got Here The ubiquitous dandelions that pop up in our yards this time of year are actually native to...

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Why Bird-a-thon? Let Us Count the Ways When it comes to participating in Bird-a-thon, there are many motives. There’s the thrill of competition, the delight in seeing a bird on your life list, the support of conservation, and so much more. But don’t take it from us–read a few...

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Take 5: Towhee Takeover It’s an exciting time of year! More and more migratory birds are returning to Massachusetts each week, including the strikingly patterned Eastern Towhee. With its bold black throat, head, back, and tail, reddish-brown sides, and white belly,...

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What To Do This Weekend: May 4-5 Look for wildflowers, meet goats, go on bird walks, gaze at the stars, build a fairy house, volunteer, and more at a wildlife sanctuary this weekend. Greater Boston Go on a Spring Bird Walk at Boston Nature Center. Local bird enthusiasts will help...

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City Nature Challenge — Accepted! Our TerraCorps member Nick Tepper took over the Mass Audubon iNaturalist account from April 26 to April 29 to participate in Boston’s City Nature Challenge: a fun-filled citizen science competition to document biodiversity around the world. Nick...

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