Since 1992, birders from around New England have come together to attend Mass Audubon's annual Birders Meeting. We are please to announce that after a three year absence, this year's meeting will once again be held in person at College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, MA! Please join us for:
Our CommonWealth of Birds
This year, Our CommonWealth of Birds celebrates the rich and diverse bird species that call Massachusetts and greater New England home. As New Englanders, we are fortunate to have the ability to engage with birds that exhibit both amazing physical and physiological adaptations that allow them to thrive in varying habitats. Whether it be the Saltmarsh Sparrow, the pelagic Atlantic Puffin, or the urban Rock Pigeon, all have a fascinating and unique story to share. They also share something in common: all are vulnerable to climate change and its effects on both sea level rise and ocean temperatures. People share these vulnerabilities too. This year, we will highlight the intricate tapestry that binds birds, people, and environmental pressures together while offering a glimpse at Mass Audubon's work to preserve, protect, and manage critical habitat.