Our birding kit contains binoculars and field guides to help you discover birds across New England.
Just pack a water bottle and a notebook to record your sightings, and go!
- Sibley Birds East
- National Audubon Society Field Guide to New England
- Trail Guide to Lexington’s Conservation Land
- Lexington Alive: An Introduction to Familiar Species
- Across Lexington trail map
Collectors and explorers can magnify up to 250x!
Features include an LED light, flexible arm stand, and camera to record images and video.
To operate, connect via USB to a computer; download optional software for more features!
Want to find buried treasure?
This professional metal detector from National Geographic is lightweight, portable, and easy to use.
Hone your skills with the included book, Metal Detecting: A Beginner’s Guide by Mark Smith.
Time to start exploring!
Expand your geological horizons!
This rock kit includes 50 specimens, including igneous, sedimentary, and metamorphic rocks, ores, gemstones, and minerals.
Check the rock list and study guide, then read the included book, Rocks and Minerals, to learn more about each sample!
Calling all astronomers — the compact Orion StarBlast 4.5 telescope is for you!
Spend hours exploring our solar system using the pocket constellation guide. Bonus: includes red LED headlamp for night vision!
NOTE: Patron must be 18 or older and must sign lending agreement to check out this item.
This item is heavy to lift and oversized.
Telescope in rubber tote: approx. 30 x 20 x 17 inches; 15 lbs.
The telescope is made available through the Aldrich Astronomical Society's Adopt-A-Library program.