Birding at Canoe Meadows
October 1 @ 7:30 am - 9:00 am
Mass Audobon naturalists Zach Adams and Dale Abrams will lead a birding ramble during fall migration season at Canoe Meadows to look for migrant species, especially colorful wood-warblers, orioles and thrushes. Explore wetlands, meadows, and woodlands, while seeing different bird species each week.
Groups are limited to 12 people, and Mass Audobon can’t take walk-ins right now, for safety, so you will need to save space ahead.
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Berkshire strings will hold an informal music jam at Dewey Hall — play and listen to jigs and reels and waltzes in a relaxed group. Jams will continue on first and third Saturdays, with sign-ups by the Friday before. (On slow weeks they may postpone — you can check their […]