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.
2016 Birders Meeting
Seabirds: Divers and Their Drivers
March 13, 2016
The 24th Annual Birders Meeting will be held on March 13, 2016
100 Morrissey Boulevard
Boston, MA 02125-3393
Map and Directions
The theme of the event is Seabirds: divers and their drivers. Seabirds are diverse in form and function and, from the tropics to the polar waters, they generously occupy all the oceans of the world. Living in seemingly trackless voids for much of their lives, seabirds are an amazing and mysterious group of birds. The 2016 Birders Meeting will address the remarkable characteristics and behaviors of seabirds, the challenges they face in a changing world, and some of the factors that influence their distribution and ecology.
See the complete list of presentation abstracts & speaker bios
Early Bird prices run until February 28, 2016 then regular prices will be in effect until March 13.
Mass Audubon Member
$60 (Early Bird), $70 (Regular price)
$65 (Early Bird), $75 (Regular price)
Only two people are included in the vendor registration fee. Extra people must fill out the participant registration and pay the fee. Cost is for one table.
|Commercial Vendor $125||Nonprofit Vendor $75||Artisan Vendor $65|
Sponsor 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 email@example.com
Thank You to Our Sponsors
Thank You to Supporting Bird Clubs
Athol Bird and Nature Club • Brookline Bird Club • Essex County Ornithological Club • Forbush Bird Club • Hoffman Bird Club • Menotomy Bird Club • South Shore Bird Club