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Below you will find our birding guides for Massachusetts and everything you need to know for your next birding trip. Bookmark this page for your next Massachusetts birding adventure.

Massachusetts comes alive with blue birds—jays, buntings, herons, and more. Their bright blues pop against urban parks, Berkshire forests and more across the state. Get the details on these species in our latest article. We spotlight electric residents and migrants like eastern bluebirds thriving among the Bay State’s abundant biodiversity.

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Beyond cardinals, Massachusetts woods and neighborhoods come alive with red-headed birds—woodpeckers, tanagers, finches and more. Their fiery crowns likely help attract mates, recognize kin and declare dominance across habitats. Get the details on red-headed species in our latest article. We explore the bright plumes topping special residents and visitors across the Bay State.

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Massachusetts habitats teem with black bird diversity—grackles, scoters, cowbirds, and more. Their sharp silhouettes grace coasts, forests, and neighborhoods statewide. Get the details on these species in our latest article. We spotlight jet black residents and visitors thriving among the Bay State’s abundant biodiversity, from Boston parks to Berkshire mountains.

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Massachusetts comes alive with yellow birds—goldfinches, meadowlarks, warblers and more. Their sunny hues pop against backdrops of coastline, forest and meadow across the state. Get the details on dazzling yellow species in our latest article. We spotlight beloved residents and migrants like common yellowthroats across Massachusetts’ abundant habitats.

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