Looking for fall migrants.

We will be setting up to look for migrating hawks at the overlook on Prospect Hill Road, Harvard – bring your spotting scope if you have one.

Co-sponsored by Boxborough Birders and Brookline Bird Club. All the nesting birds will still be around, with good views of young out of the nest being fed by parents: Veery, Indigo Bunting, Catbird, Red-winged Blackbird, Tree Swallow, Bobolink, Wood Thrush, Baltimore Oriole, and Warblers. Expect to walk about 2 miles on trails through meadow and woods with some steep sections.

Co-sponsored by Boxborough Birders and Brookline Bird Club. We will look for warblers, thrushes, sparrows, and raptors, among many other birds. Expect to walk about 2 miles on trails through meadow and woods, with some steep sections.

Join us for the Boxborough Birders Second Annual Meeting of Members. Keynote speakers Mark Lynch and Sheila Carroll will present ‘Bird Migration in Central Massachusetts.’ Mark Lynch is a teacher and trip leader for Mass Audubon’s Broad Meadow Brook Sanctuary in Worcester. Sheila Carroll has been a devoted birder and photographer for more than 35 years. Mark and Sheila were the Central Massachusetts Regional Coordinators for the MA Audubon Breeding Bird Atlas II.

Join the Boxborough Birders to explore Steele Farm and look for bobolinks, swallows, warblers, and other birds nesting in the fields and surrounding woods.

A short walk of the perimeter mostly.

We will look for just-arriving birds (pine warblers, Eastern phoebes, etc.) and early migrants. Trails may be wet.

Co-sponsored by Boxborough Birders and Brookline Bird Club. We will look for resident species including Indigo Bunting, Savannah Sparrow, Hermit Thrush, Scarlet Tanager, Veery, Blue-headed Vireo, Wild Turkey, American Kestrel, and a variety of warblers. Expect to walk about two miles on trails through meadows and woods, with some steep sections. Prepare for ticks. We will bird at the meeting location for about 30 minutes so any latecomers can catch up.

Co-sponsored by Boxborough Birders and Brookline Bird Club. We will be looking for early migrants and local avian residents. There may be snow; if so, we will stay close to the main buildings and paved paths. We will bird at the meeting location for about 30 minutes so any latecomers can catch up.