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By adding a donation to line 33A on your State taxes, you can help Massachusetts endangered animals and plants thrive.
This October, forget about the haunted house—build a bat house instead!
Discovery of the orange sallow moth at Muddy Brook WMA is the most recent example of animals and plants responding favorably to MassWildlife’s habitat restoration work.
These new reports make it easy for towns and conservation practitioners to access information that’s relevant to them.
MassWildlife will use federal grant funds to study and safeguard four types of turtles.
In recognition of his 35 years of dedicated and effective conservation work, an asteroid was named after Dr. Tom French.
Join MassWildlife on September 24 for a 5K or 10K trail run and a 1-mile Kids Fun Run in Westborough. Proceeds support rare species conservation in MA.
MassWildlife staff recently discovered a frosted elfin caterpillar at Montague Plains WMA. Along with other promising findings, this exciting news is further evidence that restoration at this site is benefiting a host of common and rare species.
Dragonflies and damselflies transform from water-dwelling larvae to impressive aerial hunters.
Learn about the 9 different species of bats found in Massachusetts, and what you can do to help support bat conservation.
Improvements to the online reporting and filing system make it easier for those filing MESA Regulatory Review forms.
Learn how you can help the hundreds of plants and animals that are considered rare in Massachusetts and celebrate 50 years of the federal Endangered Species Act.
There are many reasons for turtles to roam in the spring! Watch for them crossing roadways starting in mid-May.
This spring, be mindful of amphibians as they emerge from their winter retreats and travel to breeding sites. Use caution while driving on rainy spring nights.
The newly-updated online tool offers new features to guide strategic land protection and stewardship. Training and technical support are available to BioMap users.