On a hot and humid Sunday morning, 11 members of the Allen Bird Club met at Meadowbrook School in East Longmeadow to explore some of the lesser known birding areas in that town. We began by walking the Jarvis Nature Sanctuary, an area of old fields and woods behind the school, where we found Yellow and Blue-winged Warblers, Common Yellowthroats, and an Ovenbird, as well as numerous Song Sparrows and a male Ruby-throated Hummingbird. From there, we drove to the Deer Park Industrial Park off of Shaker Road, parked at the cul-de-sac and walked in to Jawbuck Pond. Here we found an Indigo Bunting, a Rose-breasted Grosbeak, a Magnolia Warbler, Wood Thrushes, Field Sparrows, and Northern Orioles. At the pond itself, there were Eastern Kingbirds, a Great Blue Heron, and Canada Geese. The real treat, however, was a pair of Osprey, one flying and the other sitting in a tree near the nest. This will be the first time Osprey will have nested in this area. The next stop was the Brown Farm on Hampden Road, where we walked into the woods and found more Wood Thrushes. The last stop was Hoover Quarry at the end of Fernglen Road. The trail was blocked by recently fallen trees, but there was an Oriole was singing right over the parked cars. The trip took three hours and we found a total of 46 species of birds.