Drumlin Farm Wildlife Sanctuary
As part of the Massachusetts Audubon Society, Drumlin Farm Wildlife Sanctuary strives to promote awareness of the interdependence of people, land and wildlife through environmental education, stewardship of regionally significant habitat, and sustainable agricultural practices. By fostering an understanding of how our everyday choices affect the environment, we seek to inspire individuals, groups, and communities to develop and act upon their own conservation ethic in protecting the nature of Massachusetts.
Massachusetts Audubon Society is the largest conservation organization in New England, concentrating its efforts on protecting the nature of Massachusetts for people and wildlife. The Society protects nearly 30,000 acres of conservation land, conducts nature education programs for over 250,000 schoolchildren annually, and advocates for sound environmental policies. Across the state, Massachusetts Audubon Society operates 41 wildlife sanctuaries that are open to the public and serve as the base for its conservation, education, and advocacy efforts.