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Summer is looming, and the club has just one more meeting and one more birding trip left before our annual hot weather hiatus! The meeting will be Monday June 11, featuring Al and Lois Richardson recounting their trip to Papua-New Guinea. The trip will be June 23, a walk on the Fort River Trail with George Regmund, Laura Beltran, and Josh Rose. Hope to see you there, because after that, we’re all on our own until September!

If you are new to the club and join between now and September 1st, 2018, your first membership payment is good through August 31, 2019.  Thanks for being a part of HBC!

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Aerial Insectivores and Barn Swallows in New England
September 17, 2018
with Mara Silver Many species that belong to the group of birds known as aerial…

Golden-winged Warblers in the Champlain Valley of Vermont
October 15, 2018
with Mark LaBarr, Audubon Vermont  

The Symbiotic Relationship Between Humpback Whales and Marine Birds
November 12, 2018
with Peter Trull Symbiotic relationships occur throughout Nature, some subtle, others compelling! In the open…

Hampshire Bird Club Members' Meeting
December 10, 2018
with the Hampshire Bird Club, in our 35th year! Join the HBC for an evening…

Who's Buried in Audubon's Tomb? The Artist, the Musician, and the Birds of America
January 14, 2019
with Fred Baumgarten John James Audubon (1785-1851), the self-described “American Woodsman,” became a legend in…

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