The Roger Williams Park Zoo Invites You to Food Truck FriDAY!
Have you ever been to a food truck festival and thought to yourself, 'the only thing that could make this better would be a Bolivian Gray Titi Monkey?' Well, do I have good news for you because this November 11th, your dream can finally become a reality! The Roger Williams Park Zoo will be hosting Food Truck FriDAY at the Zoo.Read full story
How to Keep Your Yard Safe From Bears!
Black bears are back in Massachusetts! After years of hunting and deforestation pushed them further and further West, the bears, have begun their return East! Well, to put it less dramatically, bears have actually become more and more common throughout the state of Massachusetts since the 1970s.Read full story
Southwick Zoo Invites You to Feast Your Eyes on the Festival of Illumination
One never really needs another reason to visit New England's largest zoological Experience. After all, the 200-acre zoo is home to over 850 animals, all residing in naturalistic and spacious exhibits. What more could one ask for in their zoo experience? The Festival of Illumination, that's what!Read full story
Trick or Treat Yo' Self to Some Fun This October at Winslow Farm Animal Sanctuary
Autumn in Massachusetts is genuinely one of life's great treats. The trees are filled with brilliant colors, and the weather is briefly (we hope anyways) not too hot and not too cold. One of the best things about this time is getting to enjoy all the spooky Halloween spins on already great establishments. Luckily for all the animal lovers out there, The Winslow Farm Animal Sanctuary is no exception!Read full story
Black Bears Are Back in Massachusetts! What Should You Do if You See One?
(Photo by patrice schoefolt) When you think of common Massachusetts wildlife, your mind probably conjures images of squirrels tearing down bird feeders, groundhogs peeking out from under your shed, or seemingly endless turkeys slowly crossing the street in a single file. As far as "dangerous" predators go, your pets have more to worry about than you, in the form of coyotes and hawks. But one animal that most Mass residents probably have never seen in the wild is finally making a reappearance. Bears are back!Read full story
The New England Wildlife Center Invites You to Carve - O - Rama!
(Photo by ArtHouse Studio) A chill is in the air, the leaves are changing color, and pumpkin spice lattes are back at Dunkin' Donuts. That can only mean it is once again the spooky season. It's that one time of the year when you can be sure that every supermarket around will be overflowing with pumpkins. And going hand in hand with that return comes an event that has not been seen in two years. At long last, the return of Carve - O - Rama!Read full story
Obsessed Over Oysters? OysterFest October is Back!
(Photo by RODNAE Productions) Calling all oyster lovers! The long wait is finally over. So sharpen those shucking knives, strap on a bib, and come on down to Wellfleet, Massachusetts, for their annual OysterFest!Read full story
Orphaned Pup Finds Family and Freedom
(Photo by Julissa Helmuth) Have you ever found a lost dog before and wanted to keep it? The main worry, in this case, would be that the dog already had an owner. Another possible concern is probably one that would never cross your mind. What if the puppy was actually an illegal to own wild animal?Read full story
You're Invited to a "Night at the Zoo!"
Are you ready to plant your sleeping bag in the middle of an enclosure and snuggle up to some lions for an extended catnap? Well, you absolutely shouldn't be! But how about safely admiring said lions while also enjoying a night of drinks and music? If that sounds like fun to you, then you're in luck! It just so happens that such an event will be in existence in just a few short days. The Capron Park Zoo, located in Attleboro, MA, invites you to a "Night at the Zoo" on Saturday, October 1, from 6:30 to 10 pm.Read full story
You're invited to the Fall LGBTQ+ Job Fair
(Photo by Christian Gutiérrez Martínez) In America, over one in four adults who identify as a member of the LGTBQ+ community have reported experiencing some form of employment discrimination in their lifetime. This high amount of workplace discrimination may come as a surprise, especially in a country that regards personal freedom so highly. But for many working Americans, the option to love freely is not necessarily a given.Read full story