Situated along the Atlantic Flyway in Massachusetts, the Eastern Massachusetts National Wildlife Refuge Complex is comprised of eight ecologically diverse refuges. The eight individual refuges include inland and coastal wetlands, forests, grasslands, and barrier beaches that provide important habitat for migratory birds, mammals, plants, reptiles and amphibians.

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service manages these areas to maintain a vital and diverse environment for the areas inhabitants. Refuges are managed to conserve and protect a diversity of native wildlife habitats and species. The refuge complex encompasses several threatened and endangered species, the only federally designated Wilderness Area in southern New England, one structure on the National Register of Historic Places and a National Wild and Scenic River.

Vacant, Refuge Complex Manager
Tom Eagle, Deputy Refuge Manager
Jared Green, Wildlife Refuge Specialist
Steve Pageau, Administrative Assistant
Law Enforcement:
Brian Willard, Federal Wildlife Officer
Chris Kelly, Federal Wildlife Officer
Biological Program:
Stephanie Koch, Supervisory Wildlife Biologist
Eileen McGourty, Wildlife Biologist
Kourtnie Bouley, Biology Intern 
Visitor Services:
Vacant, Visitor Services Specialist
Vacant, Visitor Services Intern
Chad Roderick, Maintenance Worker
Joe Geyster, Maintenance Worker
Monomoy National Wildlife Refuge:
Matthew Hillman, Refuge Manager
Kate E. Iaquinto, Wildlife Biologist

Complex headquarters is located at Great Meadows National Wildlife Refuge, 73 Weir Hill Road, Sudbury, Massachusetts, 01776. Phone: (978) 443-4661, Fax: (978) 443-2898.