Mass Audubon Lecture Series
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The Secret Life of Backyard Birds
Be awed and amazed by photographs of migratory and backyard birds in Massachusetts. During this illustrated lecture, you will learn about the secret life of many common backyard birds in Massachusetts, especially those that can be observed in and around Stoughton. .
The Nature of Massachusetts
During this illustrated lecture, you will learn about the different habitats and animals of Massachusetts. We will explore the rich and splendid detail of the nature of Massachusetts, with a special focus on habitats and animals found in and near Stoughton.
What’s the Buzz: Pollinators of Massachusetts
We have an amazing diversity of native bees and butterflies in Massachusetts and they are adapted to pollinating the native plants of our wetlands, roadsides, parks and other open spaces. Join Sean Kent, who has conducted research on native bees in Massachusetts and is the Education Director for the Museum of American Bird Art at Mass Audubon to see his beautiful images of these incredible pollinators and to learn about their natural history and efforts to conservation these amazing creatures.
The Art and Nature of Massachusetts Wildflowers
During this illustrated lecture, you will learn about the amazing diversity of wildflowers we have in Massachusetts. The lecture will be complemented with incredible photographs and artwork from the collection of the Museum of American Bird Art
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