Mass Audubon’s Work for Wildlife Day


I met up with some feisty volunteers at Mass Audubon’s Grave’s Farm Sanctuary as they took on a hedgerow.  Many times farmers separated their fields by small hedgerows.  This is great for farms but it fragments the habitat for birds like bobolinks and meadowlarks. The day was part of Mass Audubon’s statewide Work for Wildlife Day!

Here’s some video:

Video 1

Video 2

Click on pics to enlarge:

Expanding a grassland habitat







and more success!

About John Body

I live in Western Massachusetts, in the incredibly beautiful Connecticut River Valley. I've been hiking, kayaking, and tracking wildlife throughout the Valley with lots of photos and videos that people may like to see. Whenever I travel I also take my cameras just in case I see great scenery or wildlife. My passion is wildlife conservation so I try to attend wildlife workshops and land preservation events (Habitat, Habitat, Habitat!). When I get a chance, I videotape the experts, they're just so knowledgeable and inspiring. I hope you enjoy my posts.
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