Spring Birding at New Brook Farm

“For the Birds”

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WHEN: May 7, 2022 (Saturday) 1:00 – 3:00 P.M. – RAIN OR SHINE

WHERE: Brook Farm Historic Site

AUDIENCE: Adults & Children – No Pets

FEE: Free

Join us as we partner with Mass Audubon Teacher/Naturalist Correne George for a spring bird walk at the Brook Farm National Historic Site. You will learn about the famous 19th century Brook Farm utopian community and other interesting historic tidbits as we explore the woods, meadow, and marsh of this 180-acre DCR conservation area.

David Forsyth “Downy Woodpecker”

Our Audubon guide will focus on returning spring migrants, such as warblers and other songbirds.

Walking distance – about 3 miles of wide, flat trails.

Please dress for the weather. We recommend sturdy boots or shoes and suitable rain wear. This is a rain or shine event.

Meet at the Baker Street entrance to the Gethsemane Cemetery/Brook Farm Historic Site located on the West Roxbury/Newton border, 670 Baker Street, West Roxbury.

Park opposite “The Old Print Shop” building. Do not park in the roadway.

Please call (617) 983-8500 for directions.

Register at our secure portal:


PLEASE NOTE: This program will be conducted in accordance with current Municipal, State, and Mass Audubon COVID-19 protocols. Groups are limited to registered participants. Participants must wear a face covering when less than six (6) feet apart. The program will take place entirely outdoors.