Sightings, links, etc for Mass.
A fun and easy way to keep track of your sightings. There's an app for that too!
bird and nature games for kids at Waterford Press site. Nice
Tides & Weather
- Yahoo Weather
- Yahoo Maps
- Google Maps
Places to Try
(check their calendars for birding walks, etc.)
- Dartmouth Natural Resources Trust
for Buzzards Bay
-Bill Gil's Blisscapes Landscape
Purtell (Allen's Pond site)
How to Join
Membership dues are $10.00 per person; $15.00 per family, per year,
check payable to the Paskamansett Bird Club.
membership application in pdf format
membership application in Word doc format
There are still Paskamansett Bird Club hats
available ... first class hats with long bills and very adjustable. Find out more about them at one of our meetings.
email firstname.lastname@example.org for
information or comments about this website.
Paskamansett Bird Club,
based in Dartmouth, Massachusetts, 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.
to the Meeting House
Events and Meetings, Fall/Winter, 2014
Unless otherwise noted, evening meetings convene promptly at 7:30 PM at the Community Hall of Friends Meeting, 739 Horseneck Road, South Dartmouth, MA. Please note that the Oct. 8, Nov. 12 and Feb. 11 meetings are at different places and sometimes at different start times.
The complete list of meetings and field trips for 2014-2015 in pdf
- Sept. 10, 2014
Norm Buck: Southern Africa safaris – birds, animals and Victoria Falls.
- Oct. 8, 2014 NOTE LOCATION: Dartmouth Grange, 1133 Fisher Ave., Dartmouth
Dan Logan will present a slideshow highlighting Dartmouth's nature resources, celebrating the town's 350th anniversary.
- Saturday, Oct. 25, 2014; 2 pm NOTE DATE, TIME AND PLACE
Raptors, the Birds of Prey, at Connecting for Change conference, Purchase Street, New Bedford. Marla Isaac brings her terrific live raptor show to the conference sponsored by the Marion Institute. The Paskamansett Bird Club will have a booth at the conference all day every day – do visit us there.
- Nov. 12, 2014; 7:30 pm, NOTE DATE and LOCATION: Macomber Community House, 938 Main Road, Westport
Geoff Dennis: Fabulous Monhegan Island where exhausted migrating birds crowd the streets, bushes, trees and front yards.
- Saturday, Dec. 20, 2014 (rain /snow date Sunday Dec. 21)
Christmas Bird Count and Pot Luck Supper
Coordinator: Lauren Miller-Donnelly 506-636-2437 A club tradition. Join us as we count birds for the National Audubon Society. Pot luck supper afterwards at the Friends Meeting House; all are welcome. Call Lauren for details.
Same file in Word Document form
but always check the website for any changes!
Upcoming Feld Trips Fall/Winter, 2014
Beginners and newcomers are welcome and encouraged to attend our walks. The people who lead our walks are seasoned veterans and are happy to share their knowledge to aid you in identifying the birds that inhabit our local wilds. All people wishing to attend our walks should pre-register with the leader at least a couple of days prior to the walk for meeting place and other instructions. All walks are subject to cancellation due to inclement weather or unforeseen circumstances. Pre-registrants will be notified if a walk is canceled.
Tuesday mornings: Birding the SE MA Bioreserve
Leader: Lynn Abbey
Paskamansett Bird Club members are always welcome to join ongoing Tuesday morning bird walks. Please email email@example.com or call 774-488-4096 for current time and meeting place.