Welcome to the South Shore Bird Club of Massachusetts

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The South Shore Bird Club (SSBC) was founded in 1946 and the first members set out to explore and share the birds and birding habitats of the South Shore of Massachusetts.

We still concentrate on a variety of mainly local field trips. Many trips involve car-pooling.

In case of inclement weather please check back on this website or contact leader.

Non-members are always welcome. 

Please read and adhere to the ABA birding code of ethics

Click the button for Current Program below, or scroll down to instantly see the next few trips.

Impromptu trips for members only will be advertised on our Google Group.

Click on the View Trip Reports button to see what you've missed!

UPCOMING TRIPS

Annual Meeting and Potluck - Bridgewater

Saturday, January 18, 2020

Meet: 50 School Street, Bridgewater (First Parish Unitarian Universalist Church)
All are welcome to join our open planning meeting @ 5PM, potluck supper @ 6PM and annual meeting @ 7:15PM, followed by guest speaker Brad Winn, director, Shorebird Habitat Management, Manomet. 

Death March

Saturday, January 11th, 2020, 8:00AM

Wayne Petersen: 781-534-2046, wpetersen@massaudubon.org

Meet: Commuter lot behind McDonald's at intersection of Rte. 3 & 6, Scusset Road exit, Bourne

Mid-winter is an ideal season to see a plethora of seafowl, unusual gulls, alcids, as well as traditional visitors such as Snow Bunting and possibly even a Northern Shrike or Snowy Owl.

Plum Island & vicinity

Saturday, January 18, 2020, 8:30AM

Mike Emmons: (978)694-4080, michael.emmons@comcast.net

Meet: Lot 1 parking area, Parker River National Wildlife Refuge, Newburyport Expect to find wintering ducks and raptors.

Lawrence Crow Roost

Saturday, January 25, 2020, late afternoon until dusk

Dana & Bob Fox: 978-886-2330, danafox@comcast.net

Contact leader for details.

North Quabbin

Sunday, January 26, 2020

Ernie LeBlanc: (978) 249-4064, lebroyal@aol.com

Ernie will scout and the trip will go to places in the North Quabbin area with the most potential. We will look for wintering birds, hopefully including winter finches. Call for meeting place and time.

Hull

Saturday, February 1, 2020, 8:00am, morning only

Paul Fitzgerald: (781)749-9712, pfitzgerald17@verizon.net
Meeting place: Dunkin' at 1 Bay Street in Hull. 
A search for sea ducks, possibly Black Guillemot, and wintering land birds including Horned Lark should make this trip enjoyable.

Since 1946

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