Tuesday, March 24, 2020

Temporarily Closing Mass Audubon Wildlife Sanctuaries and Trails

It brings us great sadness to inform you that, to support the stay-at-home advisory given by Governor Baker, we will be closing all of Mass Audubon's wildlife sanctuaries and trails to any visitation as of noon on Tuesday, March 24, until further notice.
We know how important it is to get out in nature, and there is nothing we like better than seeing people enjoying our trails.
But the health and safety of the residents of Massachusetts and beyond must take priority. Our hope is that these extreme measures will help flatten the curve, so we can soon go back to business as usual. And with the support of people like you, we will come back even stronger.
While you can't visit our sanctuaries in person for the time being, you can engage with us online. In fact, we are hard at work creating wonderful experiences that you can watch on Facebook or via our website.
We hope that you can still find solace and comfort in nature, just a little closer to home. And be on the lookout for signs of spring—including the calls of Spring Peepers and Wood Frogs, salamanders on the move, emerging Skunk Cabbage, and the return of Eastern Phoebes and other migratory birds.
Stay well,
Gary Clayton
Mass Audubon President

208 South Great Road, Lincoln, MA 01773.
Temporarily Closing Mass Audubon Wildlife Sanctuaries and Trails
Temporarily Closing Mass Audubon Wildlife Sanctuaries and Trails

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The Trustees have also closed their trails

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