As a way to provide individuals and families in its service area with access to inexpensive, fun, and educational outdoor activities, the Plumb Memorial Library is participating in Mass Audubon’s Library Partners program. Mass Audubon offers many convenient opportunities for patrons of the Plumb Memorial Library to explore and enjoy the nature of Massachusetts.
As a library patron, you can use the Plumb Memorial Library’s pass to visit Mass Audubon wildlife sanctuaries at the discounted rate of just $2 per person (for up to four people per pass). Explore Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary, where more than a thousand acres of salt marsh attract a wide array of birds and other wildlife, or Drumlin Farm in Lincoln, where spring means bluebirds and baby farm animals, or Pleasant Valley in the Berkshires with beautiful landscapes that have inspired artists for centuries.
While Mass Audubon is engaged in many different environmental activities, the roots of the organization are in bird conservation. Bird watching is one of the fastest-growing outdoor activities in America, and as a patron of the Plumb Memorial Library you can connect with this nationally renowned birding resource. Mass Audubon offers programs for beginning to expert birders, and many opportunities to volunteer and participate in citizen science to help protect wildlife and wild lands.
In Massachusetts, every season brings unique opportunities to enjoy the outdoors. Thanks to the Plumb Memorial Library, patrons can enjoy discounted access to Mass Audubon’s statewide network of wildlife sanctuaries, which stretches from the Berkshires to the Cape and Islands: more than 50 wild spaces where you can explore, escape, and play.