Eastern Bluebird Nestbox Walk at Allens Neck

blue-bird_471_600x450Male Eastern Bluebird and Redbud (Cercis canadensis)

For information about the status of Eastern Bluebirds in Massachusetts, see yesterday’s post.

Bluebird Nestbox Walk at Allens Neck

Sponsored by Allens Pond Wildlife Sanctuary

Sunday, February 24, 2013 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Location: Allens Neck Wildlife Sanctuary
 Instructor: Allens Pond Sanctuary Staff
 Audience: All (suitable for children 5 – 16 years)
 Fee: Adults $0, Children $0.00m/ $0.00nm

Join us at the Allens Neck Wildlife Sanctuary for a FREE bluebird nest box training session and nature walk. The walk is free and open to anyone but will focus on teaching participants how to monitor nest boxes on our Sanctuary as well as their own properties. You will visit 30 nest box sites along this three mile hike while learning how to attract and monitor bluebirds. You’ll also have the chance to join the Allens Pond Volunteer Bluebird Nest Box Monitor Program. Please bring your questions!

Instructions and Directions: Meet at the Allens Neck Wildlife Sanctuary Parking lot, located on Allens Neck Road, right off of Horseneck Road in South Dartmouth, MA. Dress for an outdoor hike and be sure to bring a water bottle.

Registration is required.

Register online or call 508-636-2437 to register by phone.

Register by mail: program registration form (PDF 66K)

For more information, contact:

Allens Pond Wildlife Sanctuary

1280 Horseneck Road

Westport, MA 02790

allenspond@massaudubon.org

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Both images courtesy Google image search.

About Kim Smith

Currently creating documentary films about the Monarch Butterfly, Black Swallowtail Butterfly, and Gloucester's Feast of St. Joseph. Landscape designer for the Gloucester Harbor Walk Gardens. Designer, lecturer, author, illustrator, photographer. Visit my blog for more information about my landscape and interior design firm- kimsmithdesigns.wordpress.com. Good Morning Gloucester daily contributor. Author/illustrator "Oh Garden of Fresh Possibilities! Notes from a Gloucester Garden"
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7 Responses to Eastern Bluebird Nestbox Walk at Allens Neck

  1. Ann Kennedy says:

    A wonderful post honoring our Missouri state bird! During our drought-stricken year, they are seen in back yard bird baths and sprinklers. Otherwise, they pretty much stay on the farms.

    • Kim Smith says:

      Thank you Ann- I see them more often at my clients in Lincoln and Concord, especially one family that has a huge farm–we’re so far east on Cape Ann, perhaps that is why not as much.

      Marty mentioned that the Eastern Bluebird is the state bird of New York as well.

      Hope you are staying warm in Missouri!

  2. Kim is that one of your photos? If it is it is gorgeous!

  3. Another great informative post, I llok forward to reading your posts every day.

    • Kim Smith says:

      Very sweet of you to say that Donna-I think your grandchildren would love the free downloadable information packet in yesterday’s post, actually maybe a little too young. It’s your job as the grandmother to get them inspired about nature–I credit – “blame” -my grandmother!

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