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Newburyport Birders’ September Birding Programs

Newburyport Birders’ September Birding Programs

Sunday Evening Along the Powwow River 
 
Chimney Swift by Jeremiah Trimble
 
Date:  Sunday, September 4
Time:  6:00 pm to Dusk
Fee:   $15
Meeting Location:  Lake Gardner’s parking lot off High Street in Amesbury
Take an evening walk, have fun, learn where to look for birds and how to identify them in their habitat. This slow-paced walk will introduce you to riverside birding.  We’ll discuss the natural history of the birds we encounter.  Please wear long pants, a long-sleeved shirt andfootwear appropriate for walking on unpaved surfaces.


Along The Artichoke Reservoir 
– Evening Birding

 
Great Blue Heron
Date: Sunday, September 11th
Time: 6:00 pm – dusk
Meet at: The Park & Ride on Storey Ave., Newburyport – we’ll carpool from there
Fee: $15
We’ll be looking for migrating birds! During our program, we’ll focus on the many aids to field identification, including physical characteristics, habitat preference & feeding techniques.

Morning of Birding in West Newbury

 

 

Spotted Sandpiper by Bob Stymeist
Date: Sunday, September 18th
Time: 8:00 am – 11:00 am
Meet at: The Park & Ride on Storey Ave., Newburyport – we’ll carpool from there
Fee: $15
We’ll teach you aids to field identification, including physical characteristics, habitat preference & feeding techniques.

Birding Powwow Hill

 
Broad-winged Hawk
Date: Sunday, September 25th
Time: 11:30 am – 3:00 pm
Meet at: The Park & Ride on Storey Ave., Newburyport – we’ll carpool from there
Fee: $15
We’ll look for migrating hawks from this vista.  Bring a comfortable chair and a picnic lunch.


With best wishes,
Sue

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