Birders Meeting

Mass Audubon Birder's Meeting

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Since 1992, birders from around New England have come together every March to attend Mass Audubon’s annual Birders Meeting. With the help of supportive sponsors, we have successfully brought together engaging speakers from around the country, been joined by top-notch vendors, and drawn enthusiastic participants to these daylong events.  

2015 Birders Meeting

Managing for Birds: Balancing the needs of wildlife and people

March 7, 2015

The LaCava Center
Bentley University
Waltham, MA
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The 23rd annual Birders Meeting will focus on managing habitats for suites of birds, or specific species, that were identified in the State of the Birds 2013 report as needing stewardship efforts in order to effectively sustain their habitats, or to reverse negative trends that may be threatening their populations in Massachusetts.

See the complete list of presentation abstracts and speaker bios.

See the Schedule of presentations


Registration

Early Bird prices run until February 28, then regular pricing will be in effect through March 7.

Mass Audubon Member:

$60 (Early Bird), $70 (Regular price)

Non-Member:

$65 (Early Bird), $75 (Regular price)

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Vendor Registration

Only two people are included in the vendor registration fee. Extra people must fill-out a participant registration form and pay the fee. Cost is for one table.

Commercial Vendor: $125 Non-Profit Vendor: $75 Artisian Vendor: $65

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Sponsorship Opportunities

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Sponsors enjoy enhanced exposure through multiple Mass Audubon communication channels, including:

  • Print and online member publications
  • Web and social media networking sites
  • Event-specific print and PR communications
  • Posters, table displays, and signage at the event

Proceeds provide funds for Mass Audubon’s Bird Conservation programs and support statewide bird monitoring initiatives. For more information please contact Karen O'Neill at 781-259-2166 or koneill@massaudubon.org.


Thank you to Supporting Bird Clubs

Athol Bird & Nature Club - Hampshire Bird Club - Menotomy Bird Club - South Shore bird Club