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Our field trips are led by experienced birder Richard Bielawski.  For additional information you can contact Richard at rbielawski@mac.com.
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Saturday, September 23, 2017 Plum Island 7:00 AM - 4:30 PM.

Parker River National Wildlife Refuse occupies the Southern seven miles of Plum Island. We will be looking for migrating ducks and late shorebirds.Bring a lunch for the day. (NOTE: there is a $5/car entrance fee and pets are not allowed on the refuse).We will meet in Nashua at the Exit 7 Park and Ride, on the hill behind the Fireside Inn. Contact Richard Bielawski

Saturday Oct. 21, 2017 Odiorne Point and the NH Coastline 7:30 AM - 3:30 PM

From Odiorne Point to Hampton Beach State Park we will be looking for seabirds along the NH coast (e.g. Loons, Scoters, Eiders, Grebes, Gannets). Bring binoculars, a scope if you have one and pack a lunch.We will meet in Nashua at the Exit 7 Park and Ride, on the hill behind the Fireside Inn. Contact Richard Bielawski 

Saturday Nov. 18, 2017 Ogunquit to York, ME 7:30 AM - 3:30 PM

Looking for wintering waterfowl along the rocky shores of Maine. Bring a Lunch and scope if you have one.We will meet in Nashua at the Exit 7 Park and Ride, on the hill behind the Fireside Inn. Contact Richard Bielawski 

Friday Dec. 30, 2017 Annual Chapter Christmas Bird Count

The Nashaway Chapter will be participating in the 118th annual Audubon Christmas Bird Count (CBC) within a 15-mile diameter centered near the Nashua Hollis boarder.We will be counting birds by day and tallying up the sightings in the evening (5:00pm) over dinner at the Lawrence Barn (Hollis Recreation Comm. 28 Depot Rd.) in Hollis. A small fee ($5.00) will be collected in the evening for the tally/dinner. Groups will be assigned specific count areas within the circle.No meeting place in the morning.

If you are familiar with bird identification and would like to participate, either as a feeder counter or in the field you can contact Richard Bielawski.