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Cancelled – McLaughlin Woods Migrants, Boston – Cancelled

McLaughlin Woods, Boston 239 Parker Hill Ave., Boston

Cancelled – We will search for warblers, vireos, flycatchers, thrushes, tanagers and other colorful travelers at this urban migrant trap located in Boston’s Mission Hill neighborhood. Expeted species include Bay-breasted,…

Cancelled – Minute Man NHP, Concord – Cancelled

Minute Man NHP – Brooks Village Brooks Village, Concord

Cancelled – In the evening this area can be full of the sounds of singing Indigo Buntings, flycatchers, grosbeaks and several thrush species often including Veery. Co-sponsored with Minute Man…

Cancelled – Parker River NWR. Canoe/Kayak – Cancelled

Parker River – lot #1 Refuge Rd., Newbury, MA

Cancelled – We will kayak from the boat launch at lot #1 of the Parker River NWR in search of Saltmarsh and Seaside Sparrows and Clapper Rail. We will then…

McLaughlin Woods migrants, Boston

McLaughlin Woods, Boston 239 Parker Hill Ave., Boston

We will search for warblers, vireos, flycatchers, thrushes, tanagers and other colorful travelers at this urban migrant trap located in Boston’s Mission Hill neighborhood. Expeted species include Bay-breasted, Cape May…

Crane Beach, Ipswich

Crane Beach 331 Argilla Rd, Ipswich

This two-mile walk in the sand is aimed at nesting Piping Plovers, Least Terns, and Bank Swallows as well as evening singers such as Whip-poor-wills. Be prepared for mosquitoes at…

Great Meadows NWR, Concord

Great Meadows – Concord Concord Unit, Entrance Rd, Concord

We will walk easy trails looking for birds and butterflies. Beginners welcome. We’ll move on from there to Nine-Acre Corner with possible extension to Drumlin Farm.

Mount Holyoke to the Quabbin

Skinner SP 99 Old Mountain Rd, Hadley

Join us for a series of short hikes as we search for Cerulean Warbler, Acadian Flycatcher, and Alder Flycatcher. Time will also be taken to enjoy the flora and fauna…

Belle Isle and vicinity

Belle Isle 1399 Bennington Street, Boston

Co-sponsored with the MA DCR. This DCR Massachusetts State park is a birding hotspot along the Atlantic Migratory flyway with a total bird count of about 257 species. While walking…

Martin Burns WMA, West Newbury

Martin Burns WMA – Orchard St Orchard St, Newbury

We will walk on fairly level gravel roads for 2.5 miles looking for breeding birds including Field Sparrow, Indigo Bunting, and Prairie Warbler. Co-sponsored with the Menotomy Bird Club.

Allens Pond Mass Audubon Sanctuary, Dartmouth

Allen’s Pond 1280 Horseneck Rd, Westport

This trip is for the marsh sparrows and white-eyed vireo. This is the best spot in Massachusetts to observe both nesting marsh sparrows (Saltmarsh and Seaside) up close and personal.…

Myles Standish Forest, Carver

Myles Standish Forest 181 Cranberry Rd, Carver

A serene way to end the day with Prairie Warblers and Hermit Thrushes reluctantly giving way to Whip-poor-wills and, perhaps, Northern Saw-whet Owls. Target endangered breeding species: Whip-poor-will.

Wachusett Reservoir

Wachusett Reservoir – Chase Hill Road 1 Chase Hill Road, Sterling

Join us on a BBC breeding bird conservation trip. We will search for nesting Common Loons and Bald Eagles. These birds are familiar winter visitors to our state but they…

Plum Island

Parker River – lot #1 Refuge Rd., Newbury, MA

Mt. Greylock

Mount Greylock Visitors Center 30 Rockwell Road, Lanesborough

This will be an exciting trip with the occasional surprise. Mourning Warbler has always been a specialty of this trip. Enjoy the warblers and other neotropical migrants we observed during…

Fruitlands Museum, Harvard

Fruitlands Museum 102 Prospect Hill Road, Harvard

Co-sponsored with Boxborough Birders. We will look for local avian residents and early arrivals. Expect to walk about two miles on trails through meadows and woods, with some steep sections.…