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Support Rare and Endangered Species in Massachusetts!

MassWildlife’s Natural Heritage & Endangered Species Program is responsible for the conservation and protection of wildlife species that are not considered game species and the natural communities that make up their habitats. The focus of the Program is on conservation and restoration of the 427 native plants and animals listed under the Massachusetts Endangered Species [...]

Support Rare and Endangered Species in Massachusetts!2019-02-11T10:36:23+00:00

EXTENSION OF YOUNG BIRDER SCHOLARSHIP DEADLINE

The BBC is extending the application deadline for our two Young Birder Scholarships until February 21, 2019. We have not yet received any applications for these scholarships, which cover the full cost ($1395) of the Coastal Maine Bird Studies for Teens program at National Audubon’s Hog Island camp on June 16-21, 2019. Our seven previous [...]

EXTENSION OF YOUNG BIRDER SCHOLARSHIP DEADLINE2019-01-17T15:19:52+00:00

NORTHEASTERN EXPANSION AT NAHANT

Many of you are familiar with Northeastern University’s proposed expansion at East Point Nahant. It involves the construction of a 60,000 sq.ft. three story building and a parking lot. This expansion is located adjacent to Lodge Park and in a vegetated valley and hill that hosts resident and migratory birds and is a [...]

NORTHEASTERN EXPANSION AT NAHANT2019-01-12T17:49:36+00:00

Great Meadows – 7/9/16

Great Meadows NWR--Concord Unit, Middlesex, Massachusetts, US Jul 9, 2016 5:53 AM - 9:08 AM Protocol: Traveling 2.85 mile(s) Comments:     BBC breeding bird conservation trip 43 species (+2 other taxa) Canada Goose  30 Wood Duck  7 Mallard  2 Great Blue Heron  7 Killdeer  2 shorebird sp.  1     in flight Rock Pigeon (Feral Pigeon)  [...]

Great Meadows – 7/9/162019-01-12T17:49:58+00:00