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Thanks to years of focused habitat management, an array of wildlife is thriving at this unique public property.
MESA helps protect the most vulnerable animal and plant species of Massachusetts and the habitats upon which they depend.
MassWildlife carried out a record number of burns this year to benefit wildlife and restore habitats.
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MassWildlife dives into research from over 150 years ago to learn more about a protected species.
MassWildlife is partnering with residents, municipalities, land trusts, and others to monitor and restore the last remaining populations of eastern spadefoot from inland areas of New England.
The new Norcross Hill WMA in Templeton protects over 465 acres for wildlife and outdoor recreation.
MassWildlife is holding a public hearing on August 28 to amend the list of animals and plants protected by MESA.
Head to the shoreline this summer to see shorebirds migrating south, but please keep your distance.
Beautiful summer flowers bloom in some of the most unlikely of locations.
After 14 years, MassWildlife is reassessing a previously rare salamander in the state.
Dragonflies and damselflies transform from water-dwelling larvae to impressive aerial hunters.
Whatever the reason, watch out for them!
Early spring flowers are taking advantage of sunlight before trees have full leaf cover.
A new three-year project is underway to help conserve wood turtles in eastern Massachusetts.