September 16, 2019 - September 17, 2019
The trip to Cornell Lab of Ornithology is postponed until Spring 2020.
October 2, 2019
October 19, 2019
Meet George Regmond (413-255-0628) in the lower parking lot at the Refuge, 69 Moody Bridge…
October 23, 2019
Meet Geoge Regmond (413-255-0628) in the lower parking lot at the Refuge, 69 Moody Bridge…
October 23, 2019
Join Scott Surner ([email protected]) as he looks for late fall migrants. Meet at Stop &…
The HBC offers same-day (local) field trips to spots easily reached and explored in one day, as well as overnight trips to locations further afield.
Most same-day trips are free and open to anyone. In a few cases, property owners limit participation to members of the HBC.
Registration: Just contact the field trip leader at least several days in advance. Always requested, sometimes required.
Meeting Location: sometimes the birding location, sometimes a more local car-pooling location.
Costs: Costs include things like the cost of travel to the location, entry fees, etc. We recommend car-pooling and cost sharing which can be arranged between participants, NOT by the leader or the club. (See also Field Trip Guidelines.)
Overnight trips extend over at least one (1) night. All are limited to members of the Hampshire Bird Club.
Registration: Contact the Field Trip Chair at [email protected].
Meeting Location: As outlined in the trip plan.
Costs: We recommend car-pooling and cost sharing which can be arranged between participants (not by the leader or the club). (See also Field Trip Guidelines.) The HBC charges a fee which includes a share of club insurance premiums, and a share of the leader/s costs. The club may also charge for a share of other costs, if the club pays these on behalf of participants.
Club Fees: Participants always pay the HBC Insurance/Leader fee. The club may charge additional fees on an AT COST basis if it pays some costs on behalf of participants.
Couldn’t Find the Trip You Want?
We welcome suggestions for local and/or overnight trips, especially if you are prepared to lead them. Carol Mardeusz, Field Trip Chair, can be reached at [email protected].