Birding Trails in New York
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Birding Trails in New York

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New York has 78 birding trails. These trails range from 0.25 to 14.2 miles in length. The most popular trails are Lakeview Natural Beach Hike, Fire Island National Seashore and Bashakill Wildlife Management Area. Trails.com member Noannl H. recently completed Iroquois National Wildlife Refuge — Oak Orchard Creek.
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South of Canandaigua Lake, three separate land parcels compose High Tor Wildlife Management ...
At this 2,200-acre wildlife management and bird conservation area—more than half of it ...
Near the Lake Erie shore, this 264-acre urban sanctuary marks a success story in land ...
Despite the similar names, the Black Creek Forest Preserve is a long way from the massive ...
Fire Island, a barrier island, stretches 32 miles long and protects Long Island’s south ...
At this nationally recognized environmental education center, just west of Delmar, you ...
At Gateway National Recreation Area, southwest of John F. Kennedy International Airport, ...
At the site of ancient Lake Tonawanda, the vast marshes north of Alabama represent a ...
Howland Island Wildlife Management Area is a 3,600 acre island, with the Seneca River ...
Montezuma NWR covers about 8,000 acres, and is one of over 500 National Wildlife Refuges ...
West River Marsh is a part of the Hi Tor Wildlife Management Area. Hi Tor area covers ...
Canadice Lake Trail has abundant wildlife and is a good place for family birdwatching. ...
Hemlock Lake is a small lake, about 7 miles long, with two launch sites. At the south ...
Conesus Lake is a very popular and heavily used lake that supports a cottage community. ...
This watershed is known locally as Clossner’s Marsh. It is the headwaters of Canaseraga ...
Look for the beaver houses and watch the waterfowl in the pond. In spring and fall, ponds ...
Braddock Bay is the place to be if you’re trying to see birds of prey—as many as 100,000 ...
The Iroquois NWR covers about 10,000 acres and is one of over 500 National Wildlife Refuges ...
Beaver Lake Nature Center is a 650-acre natural community of pond, swamp, and woodland. ...
Home to the Alley Pond Giant, the oldest known tree in New York City, this park is the ...
Circle a 15,000-year-old glacial kettle lake and discover a hidden wetland at the base ...
See how the other one- millionth percent lived by walking in their footsteps, exploring ...
Three Mile Bay WMA consists of 3,500 acres adjacent to Three Mile Bay, off Oneida Lake's ...
Montezuma NWR covers about 8,000 acres, and is one of over 500 National Wildlife Refuges ...
A critical portion of the Hemlock and Canadice Lake watershed is owned, managed and controlled ...
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