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Take 5: Marsh Wren Splits True to their name, tiny-but-fierce Marsh Wrens are denizens of wetlands and saltmarshes of North America, returning to Massachusetts to breed in the spring. With a sharp eye, you’ll spot them flitting about among the reeds, rushes, and cattails,...

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What To Do This Weekend: March 23-24 Attend a maple sugaring festival, learn how to make cheese, watch for woodcocks, enjoy a pancake breakfast, celebrate seals, and more at a wildlife sanctuary this weekend. Greater Boston Head to the Blue Hill’s for Maple Sugar Days at...

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A Greener Way to Fly Reducing or avoiding air travel is one of the most effective steps we can take as individuals to combat climate change. But, it’s not the most realistic proposition for many of us. Through a new initiative called Jet-Set Offset, when you can’t...

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In Your Words: C. John Burk In Your Words is a regular feature of Mass Audubon’s Explore member newsletter. Each issue, a Mass Audubon member, volunteer, staff member, or supporter shares his or her story—why Mass Audubon and protecting the nature of Massachusetts...

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Take 5: Under the Sea For the majority of Earth’s creatures, life really is “better down where it’s wetter, under the sea.” Scientists estimate that as much as 80% of life on Earth is found in its oceans. With as much knowledge as we have gained...

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Youth Are Calling. Are You Ready to Listen? We have all heard, and perhaps even been on the receiving end of the “young and naïve” stereotypes. Young and carefree. Young and impressionable. Young and idealistic.  And while all of those adjectives might be accurate, they aren’t stopping...

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Shop at REI and Support Mass Audubon REI is awarding grant money to three local nonprofits, including Mass Audubon! But how much we get depends on you. If you’re an REI member, shop at one of their stores in Massachusetts or Cranston, RI, now through April 8 to cast your vote for...

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An Alternative Spring Break While some college kids will be heading to the beach during Spring Break, Mass Audubon has teamed up with UMass Boston to offer its conservation-minded students another option. During the first-ever Alternative Spring Break for Aspiring...

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Take 5: Mirror, Mirror We all need time to pause for moments of reflection. Why not “take five” and reflect on these five photos of wildlife and their mirror images? They might just have you seeing double… These photos were all submitted to our...

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What To Do This Weekend: March 9-10 Enjoy a pancake breakfast, learn about maple sugaring, go on a calming nature walk, look for winter birds, and more at a wildlife sanctuary this weekend. Greater Boston Head to Drumlin Farm in Lincoln for their annual Sap to Syrup Breakfast on...

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