Martha's Vineyard lies only five miles south of Woods Hole, and this scenic island boasts an impressive diversity of birds. The island's varied habitats include high bluffs for viewing seabirds, numerous ponds and bays for ducks, vast fields and thickets for passerines, and a second-growth forest for owls. Witness thousands of sea ducks, loons, grebes, and alcids on our sea watches, and countless songbirds in the fields and thickets around the island. In the end, we could observe around 100 species including rarities such as Barn Owl, Eurasian Wigeon, Yellow-breasted Chat, and more.
A $150 nonrefundable, nontransferable deposit is required upon registration. The fee includes round-trip van transportation from Ipswich River, ferry, breakfast, field instruction, and accommodations (rates are for double occupancy; single rooms are available for an additional $175). For an itinerary, call 978-887-9264 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.