Coastal Delaware

DE DE, United States

Host: Talbot Bird Club Description: Shorebirds. Carpool from Easton, Acme parking lot

Maxwell Hall Park

Maxwell Hall Park 6700 Maxwell Drive, Hughesville, MD, United States

Birding by Canoe at Days Cove

Days Cove 6259 Days Cove Rd, White Marsh, MD, United States

Host: Baltimore Bird Club Leader: Sam Tillman,, 443-844-5917. Description: Explore Days Cove from a canoe! There is nothing quite like the experience of birding by boat and truly slipping into the natural habitat. Days Cove is a unique location in Baltimore County as it is the confluence of the Big and Little Gunpowder Falls, […]

Meeting: Tri-county Bird Club

MAC Education Center 909 Progress Circle, Salisbury, MD

“Can Floating Islands save endangered seabirds in Maryland’s Coastal Bays?” presented by David Curson, Director of Bird Conservation, Audubon Mid-Atlantic. Dinner at 6 pm, followed by the famous (infamous?) raffle of bird related items and then Dave’s presentation. For more information contact Ellen Lawler at 410-982-8695 or

Lake Roland

Lake Roland Park 1000 Lakeside Drive, Baltimore, MD

Host: Baltimore Bird Club. Leader: Devi Abbot, Description: Continuing series of weekly walks following the progress of spring migration in Lake Roland’s varied habitats. Meet at the Light Rail Parking Lot (Boardwalk entrance to the park). Check with leader if weather is extreme (rain, wind). Participants must sign a Covid-19 waiver. Masks and Social […]

Patuxent NWR Trip

Patuxent Research Refuge – Visitor Center – South Tract 10901 Scarlet Tanager Loop, Laurel, MD, United States

Host: Frederick Bird Club. Leader Lynn Kieffer, 301-943-5290 or Meeting time and place TBD. Description: Late migrants

E.A. Vaughn WMA

E A Vaughn WMA 6550 Taylor Landing Rd, Girdletree, MD, United States

Host: Talbot Bird Club Description: Shorebirds, nesting warblers. Carpool from Easton, Acme parking lot. Meet at 5:30 AM.

Patterson Park

Patterson Park 27 South Patterson Park Avenue, Baltimore, MD, United States

Host: Baltimore Bird Club. Patterson Park Audubon Center. Description: Join Audubon to explore this urban oasis in southeast Baltimore. With more than 200 species on record, the park is full of surprises. For directions, contact Patterson Park Audubon Center. Participants must adhere to our COVID code of conduct and register in advance at our website, […]

Saturday Morning Monitoring Walk at Fort McHenry

Fort McHenry 2400 E Fort Ave, Baltimore, MD, United States

THIS WALK IS POSTPONED TO MAY 28 Host: Baltimore Bird Club. Leader: Wendy Alexander, 443-204-3754. Description: Continuing survey of bird activity at the Fort. Binoculars required. Telescope can be useful for distance viewing. Canceled in bad weather and walk will be rescheduled to May 28. General grounds include paved Seawall Trail. A National Aquarium online […]

Krimgold Park

Krimgold Park 5355 Woodbine Rd, MD, United States

Host: Carroll County Bird Club. For more details or to RSVP, contact Matthew Hodgdon at 301-703-0657 or Description: Come and enjoy a pleasant walk while bird watching in the park. The park has a lot of open fields, four ponds, and tree lines. We hope to see sparrows, swallows and Horned Larks. Please meet […]

Perryville Paddle

Perryville Community Park 29 Water Plant Dr., Perryville, MD, United States

Host: Harford Bird Club Contact leaders Colleen Webster (410-459-4577; or Sue Procell (443-417-4919; Description: Bring your kayak, canoe or stand-up to ply the usually serene waters in the well-protected Mill Creek and historic Furnace Bay in search of swimmers, divers, and of course, fliers. Eagles and Osprey are often seen soaring overhead; songbirds […]

Field trip to Delaware Bayshore

DE DE, United States

Host: Patuxent Bird Club & PGAS. Leaders Fred and Jane Fallon ( Description: Fred and Jane will take us to several areas along the Bay to see migrating shorebirds that mass to feed on Horseshoe Crab eggs. Be prepared for an all-day outing. Bring scope, lunch, snacks, water, insect repellent, and appropriate weather-related gear. We will meet […]

Herring Run Park

Herring Run MD, United States

Host: Baltimore Bird Club. Leader: Kim Tomko. Description: This urban park in Northeast Baltimore is an oasis for many species of migrating and resident birds. Easy walking, on mostly flat, paved paths. Habitats include open fields, edge habitat, wooded areas, and Herring Run itself. RSVP required. Reply to Matt Lince, 443-324-0907 or

Hidden Valley

Bradenbaugh Flats 4351 Harford Creamery Road, White Hall, MD, United States

Host: Harford Bird Club Leader is Dennis Kirkwood (410-692-5905 or Description: The trip will proceed along the aptly named Hidden Valley area with its sparkling stream running through a beautiful stand of the now rare mature hemlocks. From there the walk will proceed to the Bradenbaugh Flats, with stops along the way at any […]