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Wild Bird Crossing of Sturbridge
(Rte 20 & Cedar St Intersection)
4 Cedar Street
Sturbridge, Massachussetts
508 347-BIRD
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Original design by:
Ellen Korman
Gingerbread Holiday Weekend
gingerbread kids
Get in the Christmas spirit and visit Sturbridge for the Gingerbread Holiday Weekend on December 7 and 8, 2002. Wild Bird Crossing will warm you up with a free cup of Shade Grown Coffee (who would have thought that something so good was helping to save the rainforest!), some homemade birds and squirrels (gingerbread cookies of course!) and free Minnies and Marley stickers for the kids. Browse our store, bursting at the seams with gift ideas for everyone on your Christmas list!
Backyard Birdfeeding at Hitchcock Acadamy!
For those of you who missed out last time, Larry Keating will be joining us again on Saturday, December 7 from 11:00 pm 'till 3:00 pm with his Hawk and Owl friends! Be sure to bring the kids to enjoy this fun and educational event.


Christmas Bird Count
12/17/02
Sturbridge Christmas Bird Count

The 7th annual Sturbridge Christmas Count will be held on December 17, 2002. If you are interested in participating, call us at WBC. The Sturbridge Christmas Count Circle has a 15-mile diameter and is broken up into sectors. The different species of birds are counted in each area and then the numbers are compiled at the end of the day. The totals alonf with the weather conditions are sent to National Audubon to help track trends throughout the country. This ongoing study helps to find species that are in decline, or that may be increasing, as well as providing data on migratory patterns in relation to the weather and habitat in all regions of the country.
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Weekly Walks and Field Trips
Meet at Wild Bird Crossing at 7:30 A.M.

  Call for details ~ 508 347-BIRD
Birding field trips will run most Saturdays during October and November. Please call Wild Bird Crossing mid-week for the weekly scheduled trip listing and time. We will be doing some local walks and may run some longer trips to the Quabbin, Great Meadows, and possibly a trip to the Connecticut Shore. Be sure to bring binoculars and field guides. Dress appropriately for the weather and be prepared to spend half the day outdoors. Drive time may vary and may be as much as 100 miles.
All trips are subject to change or cancel without notice so please call ahead