Mountain View Farm Animal Sanctuary
East Burke, VT


Mountain View Farm Animal SanctuaryFounded in mid-2003 by Dr. John Pastore (Inn owner, animal lover and Boston cardiologist), the Mountain View Farm Animal Sanctuary is a non-profit Vermont corporation dedicated to providing farm animals, especially ones with a difficult past, with a good future and a chance at a long and healthy life. Says Dr. Pastore, "I have no doubt that it will be good for the farm animals we are able to sanctuary, because we've seen that already, but maybe the greater effect will be a more general respect and affection for all animals, sanctuaried or not."


Maine Wildlife Park
Gray, Maine


Norcross Wildlife Sanctuary Our work-and-play-place is wonderful, full of wild animals and friendly people from all over the world. Our mission is to help the Maine Wildlife Park become an even more inviting, intriguing and informative place. You can find out more about the Park here.


We’re proud to say that we’ve been a major part of the Park’s impressive growth. More than 100,000 people came to visit last summer, and much of what they saw was due to our efforts. But there’s a lot more to do, and to do it we need more Friends. We hope you’ll think about joining with us!


Wildlife Heritage Foundation
New Hampshire


Audubon Environmental EducationFog rising off a pristine clear lake at dawn. Twigs snap, and a flash of fur leaps away. The cool damp of the forest floor gives way to colorful meadows and a peek at a snowy summit. The smell, color and textures all work together to put you in your favorite place - the great outdoors of New Hampshire. We know why you love it out there - for the same reasons we do.


The Wildlife Heritage Foundation was created to help fund projects and programs that support sustaining the traditions, lifestyle and special places we cherish here in New Hampshire. Fishing, hunting, boating, hiking and wildlife watching are among the many activities we help to sustain through grants to the NH Fish and Game Department. As the official non-profit partner of the Department, we work hand-in-hand with educators, scientists, researchers and wildlife experts to leverage resources that help keep our fish and wildlife communities healthy and abundant.



Denison Pequotsepos Nature Center
Mystic, CT


Denison Pequotsepos Nature CenterWhether you're interested in birding, plant identification, plant life, hiking, or nature photography, you'll find a way to enjoy the varied woodland, wetland and meadow habitats of our 300-acre preserve. With eight miles of hiking trails to explore, you can search for bluebirds in the meadow, painted turtles or bullfrogs in the pond, admire our summer wildflower garden or simply enjoy a peaceful walk in the woods.


Several species of hawks and owls reside in outdoor flight enclosures on the sanctuary. Meet Barred, Great Horned and Screech owls, a Peregrine Falcon, a Saw Whet Owl and Red Tailed Hawks - all raptors native to southern New England.


Norcross Wildlife Sanctuary
Monson, MA


Norcross Wildlife Sanctuary The Norcross Wildlife Sanctuary was established in 1939 by Arthur D. Norcross. Its present area comprises approximately six thousand acres of wooded hills, lakes and streams. It is maintained by the Norcross Wildlife Foundation, Inc. whose purpose is the conservation of wildlife and the active practice of conservation for the benefit of the public. This includes the collection and propagation of wild plants, the preservation of birds and all forms of animal wildlife and the conservation of land and water.


Plants growing at Tupper Hill are native to the Eastern Seaboard from the Carolinas to Canada. The gardens along the walking trail represent habitats found throughout New England. Native plants can be a valuable food source for birds and animals of our region.


Natural history exhibits are on display in the museums. These exhibits provide a variety of information on plants, animals, insects, and minerals of the northeast.


Audubon Society of
Bristol, Rhode Island


Audubon Environmental EducationGet exercise, have fun, and win prizes!


Pick up your free passports (one for each member of the family) at any Audubon Earth Day program, or at the Nature Shops at the Audubon Environmental Education Center in Bristol, or Powder Mill Ledges Wildlife Refuge in Smithfield, Rhode Island.


Throughout the spring and summer, hike at least six of the ten trails at participating Audubon Wildlife Refuges listed in the passport. Along the way, you will be directed to a "hidden" symbol on each trail.


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