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With the days growing shorter and fall beckoning, our club is preparing for its 34th year.  Richard Prum presents our first program of the year on September 11, and fall field trips kick off around the same time.  If you are curious about our club, come along to Immanuel Lutheran Church at 7:15 PM on Monday, September 11.  We promise you’ll be welcome!

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Although programs and many field trips are open to the public, some trips are open for Hampshire Bird Club, Inc. members only. Join today to take advantage of all offerings of the HBC!

Trips

Mitch's Way | Morning | Moderate
September 24, 2017
Mike Locher looks for fall migrants along Mitch’s Way (2 Mitch’s Way; Hadley, MA). Drive…

Fort River Refuge | Morning | Easy/Moderate
September 30, 2017
George Regmund, Scott Surner, Dan Williams, and Janice Jorgensen look for fall migrants and the…

Quabbin Reservoir: Fall Migrants | All day | Moderate
October 7, 2017
Tom Gagnon and Craig Allen head into the Quabbin wilderness to find southbound birds (and…

Hawks at Lighthouse Point, New Haven | Three quarter day | Easy
October 14, 2017
Lighthouse Point State Park is a fantastic hawkwatch, especially for accipiters and falcons, but all…

Sparrows | Half day | Moderate
October 14, 2017
Mike Locher looks for sparrows in the Honey Pot and the West Meadows (and perhaps…

Programs

Birds of the American West
October 16, 2017
with John Van de Graaff. Join our local hero photographer John Van de Graaff for…

Climate Watch: National Audubon's newest Community Science Program
November 13, 2017
with Brooke Bateman, Director of Climate Watch Learn about Climate Watch with Brooke.  

Annual Members Meeting
December 11, 2017
Come one and come all members, we'll do final plans for the upcoming Christmas Bird…

Birdsong: Avian vocalizations from Alaska...or somewhere
January 8, 2018
with Don Kroodsma   Don is keeping his ears tuned and recorders humming (silently, of…

TBD
February 12, 2018

HBC Boutique
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