The Nasketucket Bird Club was founded in 2006 under the auspices of the Mattapoisett Land Trust and is now a separate organization.

Meets every 4th Thursday of the month at 7 pm. 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"

Miscellaneous
Links

Massbird
A big thank-you to them for hosting our website. They also have a list of bird clubs.
Cornell Lab of Ornithology
Must see -- check out the nest cams! You won't believe your eyes!
Land Trusts

Mattapoisett Land Trust
Their newsletter, The Heron, is online and you can sign up to have the newsletter sent by email.

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Fairhaven Acushnet Land Preservation Trust
Find new places to explore
MassAudubon Includes many birding pages and atlases
Various and Sundry

Ruby-throated Hummingbirds
Check on their progress north

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Woodcreeper.com Keep tabs on bird migrations
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The Feather Atlas
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Books

Birdwatcher's General Store on the Cape has lots of hilarious articles.

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Google Books :
Search Google Books to find old books on birds (or anything else) that are in the public domain.
email bvm1290@comcast.net for information or comments

email jmbarrett426@gmail.com for President Justin Barrett

Logo by Justin Barrett
Thanks to Massbird.org for hosting our website!

Carolyn's websites and bird pages

Find us on Facebook

Next Meeting: Thursday, January 25, 2018 at 7:00PM at the Mattapoisett Free Public Library

Member's Night!
Several members will be presenting talks and pictures.


Upcoming Walks:

Meeting Place: Park & Ride, North Street, Mattapoisett unless otherwise noted. All welcome.Trips generally last two to three hours. If weather is questionable on a walk day, please call the trip leader.
Trip info: Justin Barrett, (774) 207-8515 or jmbarrett426@gmail.com.

  • Sunday, January 7, 8:00AM - Winter Bird Walk
  • Saturday, January 20, 8:00AM - Marion WTP/ Kittanset


What Bird?

You never know what you will find when you look at an LBJ (little brown job)


Field Trip Results available on our birdblog