Birds of the Nashua River

Tuesday, May 9, 2017, from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m., at Thayer Memorial Library, 717 Main Street in Lancaster, MA 

The Nashua River and its tributaries are part of the vital habitat for a wide variety of species of birds.  Join NRWA's Mark Archambault for this free presentation on the birds who make their homes along our rivers and streams, as well as those whose migration path is influenced by our waterways and surrounding habitat.  Mark will cover water birds as well as woodland and field birds. Learn about the Great Blue Heron, Spotted Sandpiper, Belted Kingfisher, Baltimore Oriole, and Yellow Warbler, to name a few. Mark will discuss their behaviors and habitat, and the importance of clean water and protected woodlands for their survival. Learn tips on identifying these birds by sight and sound when out paddling or walking.

Free and open to the public, this program, part of Thayer Library’s “H2O Series”, is funded by the Greater Worcester Community Foundation, Rosemary Davis Memorial Fund. For information, please contact Karen Silverthorn, Assistant Director at Thayer Memorial Library, at (978) 368-8928, ext. 4 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..