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Mass Audubon's September Almanac 2023


Sep 1 - Sep 30

At your own pace



Each month, MassAudubon releases an almanac describing what to expect (from nature). It's a great way to stay connected to the outdoors (especially during the cooler months). September is a month of transition. It features ...

  • many migrations including the Osprey, Broadwinged Hawks, Blackpoll Warblers, and Painted Ladies.

  • You can also observe our animal friends that stay active during cooler temperatures like the bumble bee, dragonfly, damselfy, and the Dark-Eyed Junco.

  • Lastly the fall equinox is approaching which means the days will be getting darker sooner.

Mass Audubon's September Almanac

Books You May Love...

The following stories are geared towards younger readers and families who love picture books.

If Bees Disappeared (If Animals Disappeared, 1)
These Bees Count! (These Things Count!)
Bird Count
Ruby's Birds

Boston Month-By-Month

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If you're ever looking for kid-friendly events — we’ll be here!! You can visit our calendar anytime to find tons of free (and close to free) things to do in Boston.

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