Mass Audubon Passport to Nature
Warning: This page/challenge is absurd for me to even consider. It’s in Massachusetts. I don’t “do” Massachusetts on this website.
Yet, here I am. “Doing” Massachusetts. Sigh.
Though, if you sully yourselves and click on the links or tags, please know I will be spending minimal time putting together the Massachusetts pages. They deserve nothing better. With their stupid accents and cheating football team.
Regardless, the Passport to Nature is pretty great and I really like the idea: Visit all the Mass Audubon Nature Centers and get a stamp and then get a prize. There doesn’t appear to be a time limit on the challenge, so perhaps I have twenty years to complete it. That’s my plan anyway.
(Inspired, I put together a far more ambitious Connecticut Fictional Audubon Challenge.)
Massport to Nachursetts
Visit 10 sanctuaries and win a stainless steel water bottle. Visit 21 and get an organic cotton tote bag with a Passport to Nature design. Links go to our visits. In reality, you don’t actually need to go to more than one. You can cheat like the Patriots and just tell Mass Audubon that you went to them all and they’ll send you your water bottle or tote bag. Up to you.
Broad Meadow Brook, Worcester
Pleasant Valley, Lenox
Wachusett Meadow, Princeton
Blue Hills Trailside Museum, Milton
Boston Nature Center, Mattapan
Drumlin Farm, Lincoln
Museum of American Bird Art, Canton
Ipswich River, Topsfield
Joppa Flats, Newburyport
Allens Pond, Westport
Daniel Webster, Marshfield
North River-South Shore, Marshfield
Moose Hill, Sharon
Oak Knoll, Attleboro
Stony Brook, Norfolk
Felix Neck, Edgartown