Fruitlands Museum, Harvard

Harvard - Fruitlands Museum 102 Prospect Hill Rd., Harvard

Co-sponsored with Boxborough Birders. We will look for resident species including Indigo Bunting, Savannah Sparrow, Hermit Thrush, Scarlet Tanager, Veery, Blue-headed Vireo, Wild Turkey, American Kestrel, and a variety of warblers. Expect to walk about two miles on trails through meadows and woods, with some steep sections. Prepare for ticks. We will bird at the [...]

Caratunk Wildlife Sanctuary

Seekonk - Caratunk Wildlife Sanctuary 301 Brown Avenue, Seekonk

Joint walk with the Paskamansett Bird Club. Trails will be easy to moerate in difficulty.

Assabet River National Wildlife Refuge, North Gate Entrance

Assabet River NWR 675 Hudson Road, Sudbury

Explore the bird diversity of the Assabet River National Wildlife Refuge. We walk along White Pond Rd (Trail), searching for both resident and migrant songbirds and raptors. Some notable species previously observed at this location include Cooper’s Hawk, Barred Owls, and numerous species of warblers and other migratory songbirds. The habitat is mostly forested, with […]

Belle Isle Marsh and Vicinity

East Boston - Belle Isle Parking Lot 1399 Bennington Street, Boston

Led by DCR staff. We will search on foot up to one mile, on flat, easy terrain for Osprey, breeding and migrating passerines, American Oystercatcher, and other specialty shorebirds at this birding hotspot and state Park. Expect to move to different locations by car or bicycle. Program is often not MBTA accessible. Prepare for mosquitoes […]

Arnold Arboretum, Boston

Arnold Arboretum - Peter's Hill Gate 99 Bussey St, Boston

A two-hour walk suitable for beginners as well as more experienced birders. See the Arboretum website http://arboretum.harvard.edu for directions or to download a checklist of birds.

BBC field trips are open to all participants. Unless otherwise stated, all trips are free to attend and do not need preregistration. You do not need to be a club member to attend, though we hope you will join. See the Field Trip FAQ for answers to general questions. Contact leaders for more details about specific trips.

We follow all policies of field trip location property owners and co-sponsoring organizations. These may include ongoing public health measures. Some participants may choose to wear a face mask for health purposes. We support their right to do so.

We hope to see you out birding soon!


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Birding 101 | Birding Boston | Conservation Series | Family Friendly | Limited Mobility | Pelagic | Meeting