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The Wildlife Guardian Program at the Blue Hills Trailside Museum

Adopt an animal through the Wildlife Guardian Program.

 

The Blue Hills Trailside Museum and small zoo are home to many animals who can no longer care for themselves out in the wild. It could be because they were injured or have lost their parents.

The animals who call the Trailside Museum home are used to educate the public, promote awareness and active concern about about the natural world. 

Through the Wildlife Guardian Program you will adopt an animal and help support the many programs offered at the museum. You will recieve a personalized letter and a photo of the animal that you have symbolically adopted. All the information about the species and how they came to be at the Trailside Museum will be included.

All donations are tax deductible and make a great gift for all animal lovers young and old.

Download the brochure here to learn more about this program and how you can make a difference.

Volunteers are always needed in the new gift shop and visitor service area. You will sell admissions, answer general questions and sell gift shop items. Contact (617)333-0690 ext. 223 to request a volunteer application.

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