Constance's Fundraising Page
From May 14–15, nature heroes from all over Massachusetts will celebrate nature by participating in Bird-a-thon, Mass Audubon's largest annual fundraiser. Teams representing different Mass Audubon wildlife sanctuaries and programs compete to raise money, complete family-friendly nature activities, and see which of them can identify the greatest number of bird species in a single 24-hour period.
Bird-a-thon takes place at the height of spring migration, the perfect time to spot a stunning variety of Massachusetts wildlife in habitats ranging from forests to rocky coastlines to our own neighborhoods. It's a vivid reminder of the wonders—and fragility—of the natural world that surrounds us.
I'm participating in Bird-a-thon this year and raising money for Mass Audubon’s Science and Bird Conservation Team. Funds will support the Conservation Science department, which includes the Bird Conservation, Ecological Management, Ecological Extension Service, and Saltmarsh Science Project teams. This department is dedicated to delivering the best science-based information available to support and advance Mass Audubon’s mission. Their work addresses conservation needs in many habitats including grasslands, forests, shrublands, coastal areas, and coastal islands.
Will you consider supporting me and my team by making a donation? Gifts of all sizes make an impact! The easiest way to make a gift is to donate online through my secure fundraising page (link below).
Stay safe and thank you!