"Massachusetts Wildlife" Magazine
MASSACHUSETTS WILDLIFE magazine is a quarterly publication packed with award-winning articles and photos on the environment, conservation, fishing, hunting, natural history and just about everything relating to the outdoors in Massachusetts.
Get all the inside information on wildlife and fisheries management, endangered species restoration programs, critical habitat protection and the outstanding people who are working to conserve our outdoor resources. If anyone in your family has an interest in the outdoors, this is the magazine they can't do without!
2010 Photo Contest Issue Winners
See the list of the wildlife photo contest winners for the 2010 #4 Issue at this link. Name, town of residence and the photo category are included.
Note to Our Subscribers:
The mailing of the #4 2010 issue (Photo Contest) has finally gone out. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Is that a milk snake, a copperhead, or a rattlesnake in the stone wall? The answer to this and other intriguing snake and turtle identification questions is revealed in a special issue of Massachusetts Wildlife magazine devoted exclusively to reptile identification and information! The Field Guide to the Reptiles of Massachusetts features information on breeding, feeding habits, range, habitat, and conservation issues. It also offers spectacular color photos of the various species including color and pattern morphs of those species with variations and a list of key features that allows you to identify any native snake and turtle (except sea turtles) found in the Bay State.
This publication is a must for budding naturalists, curious children, environmental educators, classroom teachers and veteran naturalists. Copies are $3/magazine. Make a check out to: Mass. Wildlife Magazine and send it with your request to: Mass. Wildlife Magazine, Reptile Issue, 100 Hartwell Street, Suite 230, West Boylston MA 01583 or come to the West Boylston Field Headquarters and make your purchase in person!
Care to submit an article or photo for the Massachusetts Wildlife Magazine? Our Author Guidelines will provide you with the information you need for submitting your research, photographs, success stories or other wildlife topics of interest. We are not able to pay authors, but you do get a year's subscription and your message out to over 20,000 subscribers who have an interest in wildlife of Massachusetts!