This month, the Coalition partnered with the P.J. Keating Company to add 21 acres to this expanding network of protected forests, fields, and wetlands along the Acushnet River.
Data collected over the past 25 years offer a snapshot of the decline of river herring and hint at possible solutions to bring their populations back to health in Buzzards Bay and beyond.
The Southeastern Massachusetts Bioreserve has something for everyone to enjoy, but its large size and relatively remote location can be a bit daunting. Here are some tips and suggestions to help you discover this wonderfully wild place.
Take a morning stroll to enjoy some fresh air and learn how protecting land is key to protecting Buzzards Bay.
Wander with a naturalist to discover the spring activity of wildlife and plants during these sanctuary strolls.
Get outside and enjoy scenic views of Long Pond as you hike through Falmouth Town Forest.
Explore wetlands and vernal pools for frogs on this fun, family-friendly evening walk.
Discover the joy of practicing yoga in nature at this all-levels class.
Practice yoga in the shadow of an iconic lighthouse at this all levels, donation-based outdoor class.
Take part in a once-a-year opportunity to look for grassland bird species from inside an airfield.
Celebrate clean water at the Buzzards Bay Coalition’s 24th annual Buzzards Bay Swim, a 1.2-mile course across outer New Bedford Harbor.