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The Buzzards Bay Coalition has been again identified as one of the nation’s top conservation organizations.

Since childhood, Tom Richardson has associated Buzzards Bay with big fish and exciting angling. He started coming down to Wareham to visit a friend’s summer home in the 1980s, and quickly fell in love with saltwater fishing on Buzzards Bay.

“It was full of wild fish, bigger fish, dealing with the tides, the ocean environment – as opposed to the lakes where I grew up fishing, which felt static in comparison,” Richardson explained.

April showers bring May flowers. A rainy, dreary day seems to make the new stresses of life even a little tougher. But, today is the first day of spring! Tomorrow the daylight will be a little longer than today. Yes, despite the local weather, today our whole hemisphere is literally beginning to tilt toward the sunny side.

You need more than six feet of space between people to follow today’s social distancing guidelines from public health authorities. It helps to also have acres of fresh air, peaceful wooded trails, spirit-restoring beaches, and bracing breezes. Lucky for us, we’ve got all of that in abundance here around Buzzards Bay.

Time to GET OUTSIDE! – ALL Buzzards Bay Coalition reserves are open.

Set on the beautiful South Coast of Massachusetts, the Buzzards Bay Swim is an exciting point-to-point open water swim from New Bedford to Fairhaven, MA.

In celebration of World Wildlife Day 2020, we asked amateur wildlife photographers to submit their best photos of birds, fish, mammals, insects, and everything in between from around the Bay watershed.

Sampson’s Pond Boat Ramp

Cast your line out for a bass or take a relaxing paddle from Sampson’s Pond Boat Ramp in Carver. This town-owned launch provides convenient access to the calm, clear waters of Sampson’s Pond, a sandy pond with lovely shoreline views.