Mass Audubon Bird-a-thon 2022

Blackpoll Warbler spotted during 2020's Bird-a-thon
Blackpoll Warbler spotted during 2020's Bird-a-thon

Science & Bird Conservation

Science and Bird Conservation Team Page

From May 13-14, people from all over Massachusetts will celebrate nature by participating in Mass Audubon’s annual Bird-a-thon fundraiser. 


Mass Audubon’s Conservation Science Department is dedicated to delivering the best science-based information available to support and advance Mass Audubon’s mission. 


Your donation to our Bird-a-thon team will help us continue our work in the following areas:

Climate Resiliency

Habitat Protection

Bird-Friendly Maple Project 

Saltmarsh Sparrow Protection

Kettle Island Restoration

Climate-Smart Forestry

American Kestrel Monitoring

    …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.

    There are many ways to get involved in our Bird-a-thon efforts:

    • Want to make a gift to Science and Bird Conservation's team as a whole? Click Donate Now
    • 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
    • Want to help us raise money for science and bird conservation at Mass Audubon? Click Join Team and create a fundraising page!

    You may also donate by check! Send checks, payable to Mass Audubon, to Amanda LaGoy's attention at 208 S Great Road, Lincoln, MA 01773. Please indicate "Science and Bird Conservation's Bird-a-thon team" on the memo line.

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