Summer Birding Spots in Southwick

Summer birding spots in Southwick are easy to find. Come to the Bird Store and More for trail maps and books on birdwatching in our area. The Bird Store and More also makes it easy to bird watch from your own backyard with their large selection of bird accessories, feeders, and baths.

Massachusetts has wonderful summer birding spots from the coastline to the mountains. You can enjoy birding along with your nature walks. Massachusetts has various landscapes that are great sites for spectacular summer birding while enjoying the great outdoors.

To find these great places, come into the Bird Store and More for books and guides such as:

  • Birding Western Massachusetts Book
  • City Birds Country Birds
  • For the Birds
  • The Bird Watching Answer Book
  • Bird Books for the kids
  • A Waterproof Map of the Quabbin
  • Much more….

The Bird Store and More is a family-owned business in Sturbridge Massachusetts. Started in 1993, we bring the best of nature into your backyard with knowledge, service, and quality.  

You will always find knowledgeable staff here to answer your questions! We began this business with a love of nature and we believe in quality products and top notch customer service! We proudly offer a large selection of products that are made both locally and in the USA.

For more information on summer birding spots in Southwick stop by The Bird Store and More to find out why we are the number one source for all your birding needs.

We are easy to find from: Sturbridge, Brimfield, Chester, East Longmeadow, Granville, Hampden, Holland, Longmeadow, Ludlow, Monson, Montgomery, Palmer, Bondsville, Thorndike, Three Rivers, Russell, Southwick, Springfield, Tolland, Wales, West Springfield, Westfield, Wilbraham, Amherst, Belchertown, Chesterfield, Cummington, Easthampton, Granby, Hadley, Hatfield, Huntington, Middlefield, Northampton, Pelham, Plainfield, South Hadley, Southampton, and the Westhampton area.


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