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Tuesday, April 20, 2021

Family Birding Adventure at World’s End


About Family Birding Adventure at World’s End

Springtime at World’s End is a perfect time for families interested in learning more about coastal birds of New England. Beginner birders of all ages are encouraged to grab their binoculars and join a guided hike along the shore and down Bird Alley. Hingham Harbor offers an opportunity to observe mergansers, scoters, eiders, buffleheads, and other coastal species fishing and diving for crabs. While you walk down Bird Alley you may spot bluebirds, blue jays, cardinals, finches, woodpeckers, hawks and other birds of prey. Learn about evolving habitats including Damde Meadows and Rocky Neck, which make World’s End a beautiful and unique place to seek out our feathered friends.

Space is limited to allow for social distancing and preregistration is required; masks are mandatory. This program will be held entirely outdoors; please dress for the weather and bring your own binoculars. We will not be able to share. Bring a notebook if you would like to record your sightings.

Registration for the program includes a parking reservation.

This program will run rain or shine. In the event of particularly stormy weather, this program may be rescheduled to a later date or cancelled and you will be notified via email. Cancellation notices will also be posted on World’s End social media.

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