Birding Trails in New York
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Birding Trails in New York

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New York has 21 birding trails. These trails range from 0.9 to 8 miles in length. The most popular trails are Hemlock Lake Trails, Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge: Esker Brook Trail and Rockefeller State Park Preserve. Trails.com member Tlittxiom V. recently completed Iroquois National Wildlife Refuge - Onondaga Trail.
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The hike along Canadice Lake’s western shore follows access roads for the Rochester Water ...
Fire Island, a barrier island, stretches 32 miles long and protects Long Island’s south ...
Feel the sea breezes and take in the view at this popular birding site in the middle of ...
This short trek amid the marshland south of Seneca Lake is not particularly challenging ...
Meander about this green oasis just 30 miles from New York and even closer to the setting ...
This short trail ambles through a level, wooded area to the wetland surrounding Round ...
This ride explores the mountain bike trails of Hidden Pond Park, a forested area with ...
Long ago, Hemlock Lake had cottages all along its shore. In 1872 the city of Rochester ...
This quiet ramble follows a glacially created ridge through a hardwood forest that echoes ...
Residents of Clarence keep mum about this sweet little preserve, concealed between housing ...
There’s no better place to hear the amphibious spring chorus than in this emergent marsh, ...
In Jefferson County, 20 miles southwest of Watertown, this hike offers a relaxing stroll ...
After a short walk on the dike of Onondaga Pool, this trail enters a mixed woods of maple, ...
Soak in the views of the Hudson at its widest point on this short Rockland County out-and-back ...
Romantic, idyllic, pastoral, inspirational—this hike is all of these and more. If you’re ...
On the edge of the Braddock Bay preserve, a level, wide path provides access to Beatty ...
The pond and surrounding wetlands of this excellent family hike are a National Natural ...
See how the other one- millionth percent lived by walking in their footsteps, exploring ...
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 ...
Quaker Pond Trail is a hiking and biking trail in Mendon Town, New York. It is within ...
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