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Take 5: Migrating Waterfowl Fall is a great time to see a variety of waterfowl as they pass through Massachusetts on their way to their wintering grounds. Brant, Surf and White-winged Scoters, and Red-breasted Mergansers are best viewed along the sea coast, while Northern...

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What To Do This Weekend: Oct 13-14 Attend an owl festival, kick off the Halloween celebrations, practice yoga, look for fungi, visit a bog, start nature journaling, and more at a wildlife sanctuary this weekend. Greater Boston Give a hoot for owls at Trailside’s Owl Festival on...

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A Closer Look at New Climate Report A new special report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is waving a red flag on the effects of climate change. This report, written by over 90 scientists from 40 countries, warns that we need to make large-scale and rapid...

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Take 5: Fall Color All across Massachusetts, the landscape is lighting up with the brilliant colors of fall foliage. Accordingly, we are sharing five photos of stunning autumnal color from past entries to our Picture This: Your Great Outdoors photo contest. The 2018...

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What To Do This Weekend: October 6-7 Attend a Fall Fair, go paddling, take a hike, learn photography, witness fall migration, track box turtles, and more at a wildlife sanctuary this weekend. Greater Boston Head to Stony Brook’s Fall Fair & Wood Duck Derby in Norfolk for the local...

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Take 5: Glorious Goldenrod Ah…ah…AH…CHOO! Feeling a bit sneezy these days? Well, we’re here to clear the air—goldenrod is not to blame for your seasonal allergy woes. This bright, ubiquitous, late-flowering plant has been framed by the real culprit,...

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What To Do This Weekend: Sept 29-30 Attend a music festival, climb a mountain, learn how to preserve veggies, go on a mindfulness walk and more at a wildlife sanctuary this weekend. And don’t forget to enter the Photo Contest—the deadline is this Sunday! Berkshires Climb Lenox...

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In Your Words: Libby Herland 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 matters to...

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Be a Nature Hero: Vote! Ahead of the state and federal elections this fall, Mass Audubon wants elected officials to know that people who are interested in protecting the environment vote. Voting by interested and informed citizens strengthens the impact of Mass Audubon’s...

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Take 5: Past Photo Contest Winners FINAL CALL: September 30 is the last day to submit your nature and wildlife photography to the 2018 Picture This: Your Great Outdoors photo contest. The contest is open to photographers of all skill levels and ages. One grand prize winner will be...

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