Massachusetts Young Birders Club
For those of you with children/grandchildren with an interest in birding: The Massachusetts Young Birders Club was founded “to unite all of the young birders in Massachusetts and provide them with unique opportunities to further their interests. Field trips are a major part of the club at this point and they serve to connect kids with the same passion.
Paskamansett Bird Club
Based in Dartmouth, Massachusetts, the club was established in 1963 for the purpose of bringing people together who have the utmost fascination and appreciation for nature's crown jewels, birds.
Members are always willing to share their knowledge to help beginning birders enjoy their newly found hobby. We have many bird walks that take us to some of the most beautiful areas in Southern New England.
We conduct monthly meetings with distinguished guest speakers who give a wealth of information on birding and other nature related subjects, often accompanied by wonderful slide presentations. The enthusiasm and participation of our club members result in many lifelong friendships.
The Nasketucket Bird Club
was founded in 2006 under the auspices of the Mattapoisett Land Trust and is now a separate organization.
The Club meets every 4th Thursday of the month at 7 pm at the Mattapoisett Public Library unless otherwise noted.
Annual membership is $10. New members are always welcome.
"We're not just bird-friendly, we're friendly birders"
Brookline Bird Club
'America's most active bird club'
The Brookline Bird Club, commonly known as the BBC, is the largest and one of the oldest of the many bird clubs in Massachusetts. Membership is opened to all who are interested in birds and nature. (A membership form can be found here or on the last page of the BBC bulletin or “bluebook”.) The Club sponsors an active program of year-round field trips, covering the entire state of Massachusetts from the Berkshires to Stellwagen Bank. During the peak of spring migration, walks are scheduled for every day of the week. Three evening meetings are held each year, one in the fall and winter with the annual meeting being held each year in the spring. Guests are always welcome on Club walks and at Club meetings.
A special tradition of Club trips has been to encourage new birders, both young and old, to learn about birds and the pleasures of birding through active participation in seeking and identifying birds in various habitats, during all seasons of the year. A number of world-class trip leaders and ornithologists started birding with the Club in their childhood years.