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Woman holding binoculars Join today and get outside at one of our 60+ wildlife sanctuaries.
Saturday, June 29

Summer Bird Walk at Millennium Park

Description

Join us to observe resident birds in a unique urban habitat that is a favorite stomping ground for many bird species. A BNC naturalist will help us find and identify birds through field marks, sounds, and behaviors. Birders of all levels will enjoy these guided walks; beginning birders are encouraged to come! The trails are mostly flat and easy to walk, however if we search for Bobolinks there is a hill that is about 0.5 miles.

Target birds include Blue & Black-Crowned Night Herons; Bobolink; Merlin; Orchard Oriole; Pileated Woodpecker; Red-Shouldered Hawk; Rose-Breasted Grosbeak; Sora; Scarlet Tanager; Snowy Egret; Swamp Sparrow; Ruby-Throated Hummingbird; Tree, Rough-Winged, & Barn Swallows; Virginia Rail; or Yellow-Throated Vireo.

This program is free thanks to the Brookline Bird Club.

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When
  • Sat, Jun 29, 2024 7:30 am - 9:30 am
Who

Adults

Cost
  • Adult Members Free
  • Adult Nonmembers Free

Instructors

  • Mass Audubon Staff

Instructions

We will meet at Millennium Park at the parking lot nearest the canoe launch. Use 300 Gardner St, Boston, MA 02132 in your GPS. Bring water, hats/sunblock and insect repellent (or apply at home beforehand).