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Bird watching?

Where does one go for good birdwatching in Eastern Mass.?

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1. Re: Bird watching?

Not necessarily in this order:

Plum Island and the tidal flats in Newburyport

Drumlin Farm in Lincoln

Crane Reservation in Ipswich

Manomet Observatory in Plymouth

Great Meadows Wildlife Refuge (Sudbury, Concord, Marlborough area)

Mt Auburn Cemetery in Cambridge

World's End in Hingham

Any Mass. Audubon sanctuary or Trustees of Reservations "property," some of which are listed above.

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2. Re: Bird watching?

Can anyone comment on birding at Great Meadows Wildlife Refuge during late March? Thanks. :-)

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3. Re: Bird watching?

Excellent suggestions from Spensworld.

Try these Websites:

camacdonald.com/birding/usmassachusetts.htm

theinsider.com/Boston/Hidden/plumisland.htm

massaudubon.org/Nature_Connection/…index.php

http://www.parkerriver.org/

newburyportchamber.org/natural_wonders.shtml

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4. Re: Bird watching?

Monomoy Island off of Chatham is wonderful

Shorebirds and more all along the National Seashore on Cape Cod

Even in the winter

Blue Hills Reservation very close to Boston

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5. Re: Bird watching?

I would also recommend the Belle Isle Reservation in East Boston. It is right across the street from the Suffolk Downs T station. Belle Isle is a salt marsh which has been returned to its original state as part of the Boston Harbor cleanup. There is an observation tower situated in the middle of the reservation which will allow you to view all kinds of wildlife.

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6. Re: Bird watching?

bump

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7. Re: Bird watching?

Plum Island on the north shore.

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