Hudson library patrons get discounted rates to wildlife sanctuaries


Hudson Public Library is offering discounted passes to Mass Audubon wildlife sanctuariesHUDSON – Patrons of the Hudson Public Library are now able to visit Mass Audubon wildlife sanctuaries at a discounted rate after the library joined Mass Audubon’s Library Partners Program. 

There are over 50 wildlife sanctuaries in Mass Audubon’s network across the state, ranging from the Berkshires to acres of salt marshes in the Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary. 

For Hudson Public Library patrons, the rate for these wildlife sanctuaries will now be $2 per person for up to four people per pass. 

“Mass Audubon offers many convenient opportunities for patrons of the Hudson Public Library to explore and enjoy the nature of Massachusetts,” Mass Audubon wrote in a press release. 

The Hudson Public Library had been a library partner in the past. They recently rejoined after not participating in the program for “a few years,” according to Audubon membership specialist Elizabeth Minahan.



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