Common loon with chicks Photo by Larry Master/www.masterimages.org
Adirondack Birding Tours, Inc.
Go on an Adirondack Birding Tour with the Thaxtons and get those boreal species and North Country winter visitors and irruptives you need for your list.
A four season vacation destination with all manner of lodging, dining, shopping, entertainment and cultural possibilities, the Adirondack Park consists of six million acres of gorgeous, highly varied habitat, from fens and bogs and marshes to bare rock summits, with thousands of lakes and ponds and tens of thousands of miles of streams and brooks and rivers, the enormous and fertile Champlain and St Lawrence valleys, grasslands, forests in all stages of succession.
Come any time and see black-backed woodpecker, boreal chickadee and gray jay. Visit in spring/summer and see local breeders like Bicknell’s thrush, blackpoll warbler and yellow-bellied flycatcher. Go on a tour in autumn/winter and find both crossbills or hoary redpoll, rough-legged hawks and maybe a northern hawk owl.
John and Pat Thaxton birded the Adirondacks relentlessly for the past thirty-one years—they know the turf and its avian denizens and visitors. And they know the hotspots.
Go on an Adirondack Birding Tour with the Thaxtons.
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