Competition is fierce for the state Bird-a-thon. Over the course of 24 hours hundreds of people throughout the state will join together to find as many bird species as possible in a spirited effort to raise money to protect our state's birds. Mass Audubon's Bird-a-thon is an annual event that raises funds for both conservation initiatives and educational outreach. The Peregrine Birders will >>
What happens when you take an egg and keep it warm for 21 days? Peck, peck, peck, and you've got a chick. Come to Drumlin farm Wildlife Sanctuary to take care of the Mommas and the Papas, check out the chicks and have a Chicken Dance Party--Boom Chicka Boom Boom. All ages welcome; up to three children per adult. Advance registration is required. $15 >>
Join us for an early-morning guided walk (7:30-9:00am) and then return to the sanctuary for a delicious breakfast and a chance to share your findings, or just join us for breakfast.
Proceeds will benefit Bird-a-thon, our annual 24-hour fundraiser which begins on Friday, May 15 at 6:00pm. You may also call the sanctuary for more information about Bird-a-thon, pledging, and joining a birding >>
We’ll take a gentle loop around South Meadow while reading the humorous storybook, The Birdwatchers. Finish your loop at the sanctuary bird blind where a naturalist will help you find and identify birds at Wildlife Pond. Enjoy each activity at your own pace. For more information and to register, call 978.464.2712.
Fee: Free for Adults, $3 Child Members, $4 Child Nonmembers >>
Come on your own or with family and friends for guided walks followed by a homemade breakfast at the Nature Center.
Guided Bird Walks (90 min)
Homemade pancakes and REAL maple syrup from Natick Community Organic Farm
Sign up for walks starting at: 7, 8, 9 or 10am
Pre-registration required. Online registration available.
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