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What To Do This Weekend: Aug 18-19 Explore beach wildlife, paint wildflowers, investigate insects, paddle at sunset, gaze at the stars, participate in a duck derby, and more at a wildlife sanctuary this weekend. Cape Cod and Islands This one-hour program at State Beach, run by a...

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Take 5: July Facebook Favorites Over the course of the 2018 Photo Contest, we will be highlighting 5 photos from the previous month’s entries on Facebook and asking fans to select their favorite. This is just a fun way of sharing some of the amazing entries and doesn’t have to do...

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What To Do This Weekend: Aug 11-12 Celebrate butterflies, go on nature walks, watch for shooting stars, enjoy a paddle, practice outdoor yoga, and more at a wildlife sanctuary this weekend. Greater Boston Go on a Summer Morning Canoe on the Charles with Broadmoor in Natick. Listen to...

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Protecting Endangered Species Recently, the federal Endangered Species Act (ESA) has come under unprecedented threat. More than two dozen pieces of legislation and policy proposals designed to weaken the law have surfaced. Mass Audubon has been advocating in support of upholding...

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Take 5: Star Trails Astronomy-lovers across New England gazed upward in wonder last week as Mars made its closest approach to Earth since 2003, shining big and red in the night sky. If you missed the event but still want to see some celestial marvels, you’re in...

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What To Do This Weekend: Aug 4-5 Paddle in the Berkshires, take a night hike, look for birds, learn how to ID butterflies, run in a race, get the truth about bats, and more at a wildlife sanctuary this weekend. Berkshires Enjoy a Canoe on the Housatonic River in Lenox, looking...

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Be a Garden Hero: Grow Sustainably Gardeners are well-suited to help fight climate change, but sustainable gardening requires putting aside some traditional practices that work against nature. Fortunately, there are plenty of ways to create a beautiful, natural, and functional...

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Take 5: Dashing Dragonflies Plentiful and easy to spot, dragonflies are some of the largest insects you’re likely to see in Massachusetts. They come in a dazzling array of colors, some even appearing iridescent in sunlight. Best of all, adult odonates eat a steady diet of...

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What To Do This Weekend: July 28-29 Look for butterflies, forage for edible plants, learn how to identify ferns, fly a kite, kayak a creek, search for whimbrels, practice yoga, and more at a wildlife sanctuary this weekend. Greater Boston Go on a Foraging Walk and Cooking Demo at...

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Take 5: Photographers in Action The 2018 Picture This: Your Great Outdoors photo contest is in full swing and the submissions are rolling in! A lot of folks don’t realize that in addition to wildlife and landscape shots, we also have a People in Nature category. Here,...

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