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John Schott Preserve – Greene

It was both cool and windy this morning as we walked John Schott’s preserve in Greene. But the sun was out often and so were the birds. The best birds included a male Scarlet Tanager who just sat in the Read More…

Warren Warbler Walk Added

Warren Warbler Walk. Sunday, May 21st, the Stanton Bird Club will host the annual Warren Warbler Walk along North River Road in Auburn. This is probably the best local walk we have. Warblers, Orioles, Grosbeaks and more. Meet at the Read More…

May Meeting

MAY 21 – Auburn Public Library 4pm – 6pm The Stanton Bird Club is hosting the last lecture for the Spring season featuring pollination and behavioral ecologist, Carla Essenberg. She will be presenting an overview of the work she has Read More…

MARCH MEETING

Monday , March 6 – Auburn Public Library The Stanton Bird Club is hosting the fourth in its 2022-23 lecture series, featuring writer and photographer, Michael Perry who will present a slideshow of his recent trip to Greenland and Copenhagen Read More…

2023 Nature Week

For the 6th year Stanton Bird Club will be offering ‘Thorncrag Nature Week’ from July 17-21. Running from 9:00 AM to Noon, the program is designed to engage students aged 5-10 in natural history as observed in the Thorncrag Sanctuary. Read More…

Packard-Littlefield Farm – Lisbon

Again we had a near perfect day for a bird walk. Twelve people met at the Packard-Littlefield Farm in Lisbon. It was not too cool, it was very sunny, and no wind. The birds were good too. We started off Read More…

Regular Meetings Are Back!

Finally! Regular meetings begin again the fall. And our first meeting will feature a slide show from long-time member Dan Marquis about Bosque del Apache Wildlife Refuge and White Sands National Park. Dan and two of his photographer friends went Read More…

Pineland Farms – New Gloucester

This morning nine people walked Pineland Farms in New Gloucester. The weather was not as nice as we hoped, while it was basically dry on the way home we hit real rain for some time. The birds seemed promising in Read More…