Trustees: Birding Experience

Trustees Member $20 / Non-Member $25
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Each participant, or their guardian, must sign a waiver to participate in an Adventure East experience. Following payment of your online booking, your reservation confirmation will include a link to e-sign the waiver. Due to insurance requirements, we are unable to accommodate guests who do not sign a waiver.

Join us during this busy migration season for a birding adventure! Come learn how to be better acquainted with our feathered friends. A guide will help show you ways to identify birds in the field with confidence and ease. This will be a quiet and gentle adventure. No experience is necessary, and all are welcome.

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Trustees: Bear Swamp

Set on over 300 acres, there are 3 miles of trails that lead to different areas of the reservation. Bear Swamp features a blend of beautiful and strong hardwood trees and flourishing forests. This property is perfect for fully immersing oneself in nature as a hike among the area will provide rewarding wildlife sightings and a feeling of being in a secluded and remote space.

Dates: September 3

Times: 9am

September 3

Trustees Field Farm

Located in Williamstown, MA. The Field Farm property boasts more than 300 acres of open fields, woods, and wetlands with four miles of footpaths. Perfect for an idyllic day trip with views of Mt. Greylock, the landscape is both peaceful and memorable.

Dates: September 10
September 17

Times: 9am

September 10
September 17

Trustees: Notchview

A part of the Hoosac Range, Notchview offers over 3,000 acres of rolling terrain and miles of groomed ski trails. Open year-round, this gorgeous property is a picturesque and idyllic spot ideal for a plethora of outdoor experiences.

Dates: September 16

Times: 9am

September 16

Trustees: Bullitt Reservation

Located in Ashfield and Conway, this historic, 262-acre property features a blend of forests, open fields, and wetlands and links conservation lands totaling roughly 3,000 acres.

Dates: September 18

Times: 9am

September 18

Trustees: Mt Warner

Nestled among the Mill River, the North Hadley Pond, and Lake Warner, this 156-acre property is comprised of a mix of forest types and wetlands and provides homes to an array of wildlife such as beavers, wood frogs, deer, and common New England forest critters.

Dates: September 25

Times: 9am

September 25

Additional information regarding this experience

What's Included?

Guided hike with a naturalist

Binoculars (bring your own if you prefer)

What to Bring

Layers appropriate to the temperatures

Comfortable shoes or hiking boots

Plenty of drinking water