Every month we share five amazing bird sightings as suggested by our experts. Here are a few interesting observations from January. Smith’s Longspur (Calcarius pictus) Like other longspurs, Smith’s longspur has a long claw (“spur”) on its hind toe. This bird breeds across parts of the western subarctic tundra. Its romantic life is complex. It’s polygynandrous: […]
Birders Meeting 2016This year's star-studded event on March 13 will focus on Seabirds: Divers and Their Drivers.
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Get to Know Winter Birds
Whether you’re strolling across Boston Common or gazing out your kitchen window into a snow-covered suburban backyard, birds can be seen all winter long. Learn more about cold weather birds found in Massachusetts.
February Vacation Week
Looking for something to do over school vacation week? We have fun outdoor activities to keep you busy all week long. Find a Mass Audubon program near you!
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