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Every month we’ll feature a new video, and loads of new photos, so check back frequently to see what new wonders our cameras have brought us! And if you have photos or videos of wildlife at Trustees places, we’d love to see them. Please remember to be respectful of our wildlife friends—don’t get too close or disturb their habitats! Send your photos or videos to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Friday, May 19 is Endagered Species Day. It's an opportunity to celebrate our biodiversity and efforts to conserve that diversity. The Trustees’ properties host numerous federally or state endangered species and we actively manage these species populations and their habitats. Species such as the piping plover, Gray’s Sedge, and false pennyroyal have all benefited from our habitat management such as protecting nests and controlling invasive species. To learn more about endangered species in Massachusetts, visit the Natural Heritage and Endangered Species Program.
VIDEO: A welcome from all our wildlife friends in Massachusetts!
Our video segment will feature video captured from our trailcams across the state, but our first video features video highlights from our cameras in 2016.