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Leader’s Choice–South of Boston

The trip leader will monitor recent sightings and select the birdiest spots. Contact leader after November 17 for details on the meeting time and location. Co-sponsored with the South Shore Bird Club.

Scituate to Plymouth

Pembroke – Stop & Shop 125 Church St, Pembroke

A total of 70 species is routine on this trip. We shoould be able to find a combination of land birds, freshwater ducks, and ocean birds with relatively little driving. Co-sponsored with the South Shore Bird Club.

Woodcock Walk at Bird Street Conservation Area

Stoughton – Bird Street Conservation Area 85 Bird St, Stoughton

Join us as we look for woodcock at dusk at the Bird Street Conservation area. Wet boots are recommended. This trip has had singing Fox Sparrows in past years as well as bluebird and Great Horned Owl.

Timberdoodles in Stoughton

Stoughton – Bird Street Conservation Area 85 Bird St, Stoughton

Come watch American Woodcock display behavior. Water-resistant shoes helpful, but not needed.

Moose Hill Wildlife Sanctuary, Sharon ***CANCELLED***

Moose Hill 293 Moose Hill Pkwy, Sharon

We’ll be looking and listening for migrants along the Billings Loop. Let’s find what Glenn can hear! Co-sponsored with the South Shore Bird Club.

Moose Hill Wildlife Sanctuary, Sharon

Moose Hill 293 Moose Hill Pkwy, Sharon

We’ll be looking and listening for migrants along the Billings Loop. Let’s find what Glenn can hear! Co-sponsored with the South Shore Bird Club.

South Shore Century Run

Wompatuck – Main entrance 215 Union St, Hingham

Call the leader for the meeting place at 4:00 a.m. for owls, or 6:30 a.m. at the main parking area of Wompatuck State Park for the wimps! A medium-paced trip to key places on the South Shore to try to observe 100 species of migrants and residents while having fun.

Moose Hill Wildlife Sanctuary, Sharon

Moose Hill 293 Moose Hill Pkwy, Sharon

We’ll be looking and listening for migrants along the Billings Loop. Let’s find what Glenn can hear! Co-sponsored with the South Shore Bird Club.

Moose Hill Wildlife Sanctuary, Sharon

Moose Hill 293 Moose Hill Pkwy, Sharon

We’ll be looking and listening for migrants along the Billings Loop. Let’s find what Glenn can hear! Co-sponsored with the South Shore Bird Club.

Moose Hill Wildlife Sanctuary, Sharon

Moose Hill 293 Moose Hill Pkwy, Sharon

We’ll be looking and listening for migrants along the Billings Loop. Let’s find what Glenn can hear! Co-sponsored with the South Shore Bird Club.

Plymouth Beach and vicinity

Plymouth Beach 391 Ryder Way, Plymouth

Participants should be prepared to walk 5 miles round trip on the beach (Note: The BBC does not drive vehicles on the beach to protect the endangered birds that nest there.) This trip will continue as the Plymouth Airport trip. Target endangered breeding species: Piping Plover, Roseate Tern.

Plymouth Airport for grassland sparrows

Plymouth Airport 246 S Meadow Rd, Plymouth

With permission from the airport manager, we will be allowed to go inside the second fence line onto the airport, closed to the general public, in search of the grassland birds which nest at the airport. Note: This trip can be cancelled at any time, without notice, for homeland security reasons! Target endangered breeding species:…

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. Note: The time is approximate since the leader is completing his breeding bird survey route prior to this trip.

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.

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 spring migration. Co-sponsored by the South Shore Bird Club. This trip will end around 3pm, then reconvene for dinner and an evening trip to Post…

October Mountain

October Mountain – Lenox 380 New Lenox Rd, Lenox

This trip has more diversity than the prior day’s as we begin along the Housatonic River WMA and make our way over October Mountain. Multiple habitats make this trip more diversified than the Greylock trip. Co-sponsored by the South Shore Bird Club. Target endangered breeding species: American Bittern, Mourning Warbler.

Quabbin Reservoir

Quabbin Reservoir – Gate 10 235 Daniel Shays Hwy, Pelham

Join Glenn on a 4-to-5-mile walk through a very birdy area with species ranging from Broad-winged Hawk to Yellow-bellied Sapsucker, Blue-headed Vireo, Chestnut-sided Warbler, Scarlet Tanager, Baltimore Oriole, and lots of stuff in between. (Maybe a moose or a bobcat!) Co-sponsored with the South Shore Bird Club.

Plymouth Beach

Plymouth Beach 391 Ryder Way, Plymouth

We will walk the beach for shorebirds and nesting terns. Shorebird migration should be in full motion. Terns should be feeding almost-fledged young. Co-sponsored with the SSBC and Friends of Myles Standish State Forest.

Shorebirds, Cape Cod

Contact the leader for details. Co-sponsored with South Shore Bird Club.

Outer Cape Cod

Bourne – Commuter Lot, Scusset Beach Rd 7 Meetinghouse Ln, Sagamore Beach

All Day. This trip should record close to 100 species covering Canada Goose through House Sparrow, both of which might be missed. Co-sponsored with the South Shore Bird Club.

Leader’s Choice–South of Boston

Leader’s Choice – South of Boston

The trip leader will monitor recent sightings and select the birdiest spots. Contact leader after November 24 for details on the meeting time and location. Co-sponsored with the South Shore Bird Club.

Scituate to Plymouth

A total of 70 species is routine on this trip. We shoould be able to find a combination of land birds, freshwater ducks, and ocean birds with relatively little driving. Co-sponsored with the South Shore Bird Club.

CANCELLED – Timberdoodles in Stoughton

Stoughton – Bird Street Conservation Area 85 Bird St, Stoughton

CANCELLED – Come watch American Woodcock display behavior. Water-resistant shoes helpful, but not needed. – CANCELLED

CANCELLED – South Shore Century Run – CANCELLED

Wompatuck – Main entrance 215 Union St, Hingham

CANCELLED – Call the leader for the meeting place at 4:00 a.m. for owls, or 6:30 a.m. at the main parking area of Wompatuck State Park for the wimps! A medium-paced trip to key places on the South Shore to try to observe 100 species of migrants and residents while having fun.

CANCELLED – Plymouth Beach and vicinity – CANCELLED

Plymouth Beach 391 Ryder Way, Plymouth

CANCELLED – Participants should be prepared to walk 5 miles round trip on the beach (Note: The BBC does not drive vehicles on the beach to protect the endangered birds that nest there.) This trip will continue as the Plymouth Airport trip. Target endangered breeding species: Piping Plover, Roseate Tern.

CANCELLED – Plymouth Airport for grassland sparrows – CANCELLED

Plymouth Airport 246 S Meadow Rd, Plymouth

CANCELLED – With permission from the airport manager, we will be allowed to go inside the second fence line onto the airport, closed to the general public, in search of the grassland birds which nest at the airport. Note: This trip can be cancelled at any time, without notice, for homeland security reasons! Target endangered…

CANCELLED – Allens Pond Mass Audubon Sanctuary, Dartmouth

Allen’s Pond 1280 Horseneck Rd, Westport

CANCELLED – 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. Note: The time is approximate since the leader is completing his breeding bird survey route prior to this trip.

CANCELLED – Myles Standish Forest, Carver

Myles Standish Forest 181 Cranberry Rd, Carver

CANCELLED – 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.

CANCELLED – Mt. Greylock

Mount Greylock Visitors Center 30 Rockwell Road, Lanesborough

CANCELLED – 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 spring migration. Co-sponsored by the South Shore Bird Club. This trip will end around 3pm, then reconvene for dinner and an evening trip…

CANCELLED – October Mountain

October Mountain – Lenox 380 New Lenox Rd, Lenox

CANCELLED – This trip has more diversity than the prior day’s as we begin along the Housatonic River WMA and make our way over October Mountain. Multiple habitats make this trip more diversified than the Greylock trip. Co-sponsored by the South Shore Bird Club. Target endangered breeding species: American Bittern, Mourning Warbler.

CANCELLED – Plymouth Beach

Plymouth Beach 391 Ryder Way, Plymouth

We will walk the beach for shorebirds and nesting terns. Shorebird migration should be in full motion. Terns should be feeding almost-fledged young. Co-sponsored with the SSBC and Friends of Myles Standish State Forest.

Daniel Webster Wildlife Sanctuary, Marshfield – Preregistration Required

Daniel Webster Wildlife Sanctuary 169 Winslow Cemetery Rd, Marshfield

Co-sponsored with the South Shore Bird Club. NOTE: This trip requires all participants to register, and attendance is limited. .fusion-button.button-1 {border-radius:0px;}Register for this Field Trip

Outer Cape Cod – Preregistration Required

Bourne – Commuter Lot, Scusset Beach Rd 7 Meetinghouse Ln, Sagamore Beach

All Day. This trip should record close to 100 species covering Canada Goose through House Sparrow, both of which might be missed. Co-sponsored with the South Shore Bird Club. NOTE: This trip requires all participants to register, and attendance is limited. .fusion-button.button-1 {border-radius:0px;}Register for this Field Trip