The Adirondack Park of New York state
is a bird-watching haven. All birds that migrate to the
for the summer arrive by June. More than 100 bird species
can be found nesting in the region, including the spruce
grouse and Bicknell’s thrush, and birding enthusiasts
have been flocking to the area in increasing numbers each
spring. The area has support from Audubon New York, more
festivals, and the grand opening of a new birding exhibit
at the Wild Center/Natural History Museum of the Adirondacks.
Watchers Digest | Hamilton
County Birding Guide
4 Season Birding with over
220 Species of Birds!
Adirondack Audebon Society
in the Adirondacks
Lake - Nordic Vacation Center
6 from 7 to 9 pm.
and see these migratory birds dive into the Hubbell
Memorial Chimney in Northville after their Spring return
from the Amazon Jungle. Corner of Bridge and Second
in Northville. More