🐾 Massachusetts Urban Wildlife Programs

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Most EwA studies take place in local parks and reservations and are in collaboration with partner organizations and experts. A few times each month, we open our field studies to the public, as an opportunity to learn about them, about their needs and protocol, also giving us the opportunity to share and to interest our audience to join our effort.

EwA at the Fells 🍃

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Document with us the biodiversity and the natural cycles of the Middlesex Fells Reservation and develop an understanding of the importance of ecology, phenology, ethics while helping science through citizen science.

EwA at Fresh Pond 🦋

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Document with us the Fresh Pond’s Lusitania meadow and its plants visitors, to help science understand pollinator population occurence and abundance, and species interactions.

EwA at Habitat 🐝

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Document with us the plant visitors of the lower and higher meadows at Audubon Habitat, to help science understand pollinator population occurrence and abundance, and species interactions.

EwA at the Growing Center 🐞

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Insects are in trouble, but we can do something about it right where we live in Somerville! Join us and help our community pollinators, the scientists who study them, and all of us who depend upon them.

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