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It might not look like it today, but spring migration is under way already! And our March Newsletter has the early details on big annual spring events like the 4th annual Family Bird Festival and the 34th annual Mass Audubon Birdathon, as well as our club’s well-stocked calendar of birding trips.

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Fort River Refuge | Morning | Easy/Moderate
March 21, 2018
George Regmund, Ted Gilliland, and Leslie Hoffman lead the first spring walk into the refuge.…

Fort River Refuge | Morning | Easy/Moderate
April 7, 2018
George Regmund and Leslie Hoffman look for early migrants, hangers-on, and residents. The entire Fort…

Ashley Reservoir | Half Day | Easy
April 8, 2018
Mike Locher (413-585-5864 or looks for early migrants like Pine and Palm Warblers, Ruby-crowned…

Quick-and-Dirty Morning Birding: Hadley Reservoir | Morning | Easy/Moderate
April 12, 2018
Mike Locher looks for early migrants along Bay Road (maybe Pine Warblers?). Meet at the…

Fort River Refuge | Morning | Easy/Moderate
April 18, 2018
George Regmund and Marcia Merithew look for early warblers and other spring migrants. The entire…


A Wing and a Care
April 9, 2018
with Shawn Carey and Devin Griffiths Snowy Owls, Atlantic Puffins, and American Kestrels are connected…

The Latest from Flights of Fancy
May 14, 2018
with Sam Fried.

Adventures in Papua-New Guinea
June 11, 2018
with Lois and Alan Richardson

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