Adirondacks Tug Hill

Birding

Tug Hill and The Adirondacks is a great place for birdwatching or “birding.” Larger than Yellowstone, Everglades and the Grand Canyon, the Adirondack Park is the largest publicly protected park in the continental United States. No other park offers more territory to spot more than 100 species of birds, including the Spruce Grouse Ruby-Crowned Kinglet, Lincoln’s Sparrow, Palm, Blackpoll Warblers, Yellow-Bellied, Olive-Sided Flycatchers and Bicknell’s Thrush.

Tug Hill and The Adirondacks offers some of the southernmost boreal bird habitat in the country and is home to species that rely on the Great Northern Forest. Many birds migrate by June, but some can be seen throughout the year. Either way, you will want to have your binoculars and camera ready so you don’t miss that perfect moment.

Details/Maps

Baker Woods Preserve

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