Posts by MichaelOpton

Annual Birdwalk postponed until Fall

Posted on Oct 29, 2020

Annual Birdwalk postponed until Fall

Please check back. We will post the dates and times for these events as soon as possible.

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Bird walk with Bob Mayer: Early May 2020 date posted soon

Posted on Nov 11, 2019

Bird walk with Bob Mayer: Early May 2020 date posted soon

The Arboretum Park Conservancy and the Brookline Bird Club  invite you to a 90 minute bird walk at the Bussey Brook Meadow area of the Arnold Arboretum. Walk led by Bob Mayer, Arboretum docent The walk is suitable for beginning and experienced birders. Questions? Please contact Bob Mayer (617) 983-3330 rgmayer@comcast.net The tour will begin at the South Street Gate of the Arnold Arboretum on South Street in Jamaica Plain. There is limited parking at this entry. Also accessible from Forest Hills MBTA Station, taking Blackwell Path from Washington Street to South...

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Fall 2020-2021 Letter from the President

Posted on Oct 29, 2020

Fall 2020

Dear Friends,

Have you been getting out to cherished places like the Bussey Brook Meadow? Our open, public spaces are more important now than ever. But since early spring, our APC activities have been very different, as we’re sure yours have been as well. No “Love Your Block” clean up in the spring, no bird walk. In spite of Covid 19, our work continues….

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Fall 2019 Letter from the President

Posted on Nov 11, 2019

Fall 2019

Dear Friends,

Every day, we hear about the dangers of climate change. Rather than feeling discouraged, we can help to protect, preserve, and extend local green spaces as a way to increase carbon uptake. The Arboretum Park Conservancy is working with the Arnold Arboretum to extend the Blackwell Path as a Green Link between Forest Hills MBTA station and the Roslindale Commuter Rail Station…

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Bird Walk with Bob Mayer: Postponed until Sunday May 19, 8 – 9:30 AM

Posted on Apr 4, 2019

Bird Walk with Bob Mayer: Postponed until Sunday May 19, 8 – 9:30 AM

Please meet at Arboretum South Street gate.

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