Bird Watching


The Wellesley Conservation Council, Wellesley non-profit land trust, offers free spring Sunday-morning bird walks beginning the 1st Sunday in May.

Beginners and novices are welcome. They explore areas not only in Wellesley but also in nearby towns. It is not uncommon to observe 30 species in their top breeding finery and vocalization! The leader will direct the group to the most promising birding site of the day. Binoculars, guide books, and waterproof footwear are advisable.

Except for the Mother’s Day trip to Mt. Auburn Cemetery, which meets at 7 a.m., all bird walks commence at 8 a.m. Sundays from the parking lot at the corner of Cameron and Washington Streets (next to the main Library).

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Date               Leader                     Time               Meeting Place
May 5        Natalie Starr              8:00 AM          Cameron and Washington St. Parking Lot (next to main Library)
May 12    
  Dan Gee                     7:00 AM         Cameron and Washington St. Parking Lot (Mother’s Day)
                                                                                         to car pool to Mount Auburn Cemetery
May 19      Natalie Starr              8:00 AM          Cameron and Washington St. Parking Lot  (Wellesley Wonderful Weekend)
May 26     
 Michael Tobin            8:00 AM          Cameron and Washington St. Parking Lot

The Wellesley Conservation Council, Wellesley’s 501(c)(3) non-profit land trust, protects 14 sanctuaries across more than 45 acres of natural land in Wellesley and bordering lands in Needham and Weston. More information about our mission, the sanctuaries, and membership can be found: and

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