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Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Celebrating 100 Years of Wildlife Sanctuaries

Back in 1916, the Moose Hill Bird Sanctuary was established in Sharon when Dr. George W. Field offered his estate to Mass Audubon to attract birds and people interested in birds. Fast forward to 2016, and you can explore 56 of their 100 wildlife sanctuaries! On Friday April 9th, be part of the "100th Day Celebration" and enjoy free admission, guided nature walks, and family friendly, hands-on activities at many of the Audubon locations. Yes, April 9th is the 100th day of the year, and they're celebrating 100 years of existence.

And if you're looking for something free to do, don't forget to enter for free tickets to the Fathom Presents the Met: Live in HD ticket giveaway for Framingham, MA area residents.

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