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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

Medfield/Millis

Saturday, May 21, 2022, 7:00 AM

Josh Bock: (773)750-9860, jbock18@gmail.com

Meet: NOTE LOCATION CHANGE!: Rocky’s Ace Hardware parking lot -813 Main St., Millis

Spend the morning exploring local patches in Medfield and Millis, looking for passerines and marsh birds in a variety of habitats. Locations include Causeway Street in Millis, the Medfield State Hospital grounds and other lesser-known patches. A mix of species can be expected this time of year, including Yellow-throated Vireo, along with the possibility of rails and other marsh inhabitants.

Moose Hill Wildlife Sanctuary - Sharon

Tuesday, May 24, 2022, 6:00-7:30 AM - before work

Glenn d'Entremont: (781)267-0442, gdentremont1@comcast.net

Meet: Nature Center parking area at 293 Moose Hill Parkway Looking for migrants along the Billings Farm Loop.

Nice place to work on your "birding by ear" skills. Let's find what Glenn can hear!

Wompatuck State Park - Hingham

Thursday, May 26, 2022, 6:30-9:30 AM

Sally Avery: (781)383-6043, dandsavery@comcast.net

Meet: Parking area opposite visitor's center, Union St.

Join Sally for a pre-work romp through Wompatuck looking for migrants and breeding birds. Walk will run from 6:30-9:30 or later if the birding is good!

Plymouth Airport

Sunday, May 29, 2022

Glenn d'Entremont: (781)267-0442, gdentremont1@comcast.net

A series of trips beginning at 8:00AM. Contact leader for times and logistics. Due to expected COVID related restrictions, currently limited participation for individual trips which will last 1 to 1 1/2 hours. First trip at 8:00AM and last trip around noon. Preregistration required. We will have permission to walk inside the fence line along the SW corner. Grassland species targeted. *This trip is co-sponsored with the Brookline Bird Club and the Friends of Myles Standish State Forest (MSSF).

Holly Hill Farm/Wheelright Park - Cohasset

Monday, May 30, 2022, 6:00AM morning

Vin Zollo, (508)641-2523, vzollo1@yahoo.com

Meet: Entrance to Wheelright Park near #200 N. Main St.

This is a mostly forested habitat interspersed with small farm fields. This park is very close to the coast and has been a productive place for spring migration. We'll be on the lookout for later arriving passerines, concentrating on warblers and flycatchers.