North Shore Wildlife Sanctuaries
North Shore Sanctuaries Team
Ipswich River • Joppa Flats • Endicott
Thank you for visiting the North Shore Bird-a-thon page. This annual event is both fun and crucially important to Joppa Flats Education Center, Ipswich River Wildlife Sanctuary, our Nature Preschool at Endicott, and more than a dozen other sanctuaries on the North Shore.
Bird-a-thon serves as a reminder of the variety and abundance of wildlife that surrounds us, and our responsibility to preserve their habitat. The funds we raise during Bird-a-thon go directly to the North Shore sanctuaries and support our efforts to protect nature for wildlife and for people.
There are lots of ways to get involved in our Bird-a-thon efforts on the North Shore:
- Donate! Want to make a gift to the North Shore team? Click the "Donate Now" button. Or, if you want to support the fundraising efforts of a specific team member, look for their name on the roster to the right and donate through their page.
- Count birds and more! Want to participate in the day-of activities of Bird-a-thon (May 14 and 15) and help us get more points? Email Melissa Vokey at MVokey@Massaudubon.org
- Raise money! Want to help us raise money for Mass Audubon’s North Shore sanctuaries and programs? Click Join Team and create your own fundraising page.
Your donation to our Bird-a-thon team will help…
EDUCATE all ages through innovative approaches focusing on adult birding programs, youth empowerment, nature-based preschool, and summer camp.
ENGAGE volunteers and interns to steward land, improve habitat, contribute to science, and inspire others to care for the environment.
PROTECT thousands of acres of the natural world, enhance vital habitat for birds and other wildlife, and maintain many miles of trails.
ADVOCATE for clean water and air, mobilizing people to action through programs, experiences, and sharing their voices.
COLLABORATE with state and federal agencies, NGOs, and other organized groups to have greater collective impact.
…and much, much more.
Thank you for all that you do for the wildlife and nature of Massachusetts! We appreciate your support of our important work.
~ Amy Weidensaul, North Shore Director
~ David Moon, Community Science and Coastal Resilience Manager
~ Scott Santino, North Shore Education Manager
And all of the staff and volunteers throughout the North Shore