Audubon Birding Areas
Please enjoy our aviary friends of Peregrine Falcon, Common Raven, Loon, Spruce Grouse, Three-toed Woodpecker, Bicknell's Thrust, Swainson's Thrush, Gray Jay, Boreal Chickadee, Rudy-crowned Kinglet, Red Crossbill, Northern Parula, and several species of flycathers and warblers. Bird watching in the Adirondacks is a surreal experience. Did you know that the Bicknell Thrush, breeds at our high elevations, but winters in the Caribbean. That's a true snow bird!!!
If you find a rare species, please report to the Bird Resources noted below. We also welcome your favorite stories of traveling to the Park. Join us with your sightings and adventures soon. Help us save our aviary treasures for generations to come. Please patronized our businesses.
Jenny from Home Educator ask to bring you these notes, and we wanted to share: Are you new to birding? It one of the lowest cost hobbies. Just a set of binoculars and you are on your way. Our National Park Services had a guide for beginners (click here). Get the kids involved too and make it a family affair (check out this article, click here). And of course, the Audubon Society is a must reference to use, and bookmark (click here)
Wildlife Management Areas
Lowland Boreal Wetlands
Upland Boreal Habitat
Cliffs & Bluffs
Birding Resource Links
* If you have a location to report, please e-mail us to add to this directory.
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