Google Books :
Search Google Books to find old books on birds (or anything else) that are in the public domain. When you get to Google Books, choose the "full view" option.
If you have a Google account or a Gmail account (both are free) you can save the books you find to your own "bookshelf."
Massbird -- start here for local birdsA big thank-you to them for hosting our website
Visit the properties owned by the Mattapoisett Land Trust. Their newsletter, The Heron, is online and you can sign up to have the newsletter sent by email.
visit the Fairhaven Acushnet Land Preservation Trust and find new places to explore
Track the Ruby-throated Hummingbirds on their migration back to us!
The Feather Atlas
Selections from the works of Arthur Cleveland Bent -- tons of information
Fun bird and nature stuff for kids at the Waterford Press website. Click on games and activities.
Mass Audubon's Birding on the Internet page
Download a PDF file on Backyard Bird Feeding from Cornell. (One of my pics is in it)
Woodcreeper.com Keep tabs on bird migrations
Birdwatcher's General Store on the Cape has lots of hilarious articles. Check their new book
Breeding Bird Atlas of Massachusetts
Virtual Owl Pellet Dissection!
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for President Justin Barrett
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Backyard bird feeding is fun and enjoyable. Learn about different types of bird feeders, bird food, how to attract birds to your feeder, along with entertaining stories from Nasketucket Bird Club members.
Who knew there was a connection between the coffee we drink in the morning and the birds we watch outside? Bill Wilson, of Birds & Beans Coffee knows. Bill will present on neo-tropical migrants and what we can do, including coffee choice, to help bird conservation.
In Massachusetts land conservation is incredibly important for birds, animals, and our open spaces as communities become highly developed. Bob Wilber, Director of Land Conservation for MassAudubon will speak on how MassAudubon is helping protect and conserve land in Massachusetts.
Christmas Bird Count and potluck. Join us for this annual tradition as we count birds for the National Audubon Society. A potluck will follow the count. Lots of fun! Find out more at: http://birds.audubon.org/christmas-bird-count.
Upcoming Walks, June, 2015:
To Be Announced Soon