Best Birding in Massachusetts

This list represents the most popular birding in Massachusetts. Use this list to plan your next Massachusetts birding trip. Select a state and/or activity below to find even more top trails.

Wachusett Mountain is home to a busy alpine ski area, but who cares when the rewards of ...
Broadmoor is a sanctuary rich in both wildlife and history. Thomas Swain’s mill was built ...
Well-marked dirt trails lead you past lady’s slipper flowers and lichen-crusted boulders ...
Tremendous views, rolling fields along the ocean’s edge, and an impressive assortment ...
Mount Pisgah is 715 feet above sea level, but is scarcely elevated at all from the trailhead. ...
Maudslay State Park offers a relaxing place to ride with a number of natural sights not ...
This walk through the woods doesn’t offer steep climbs or expansive views, but for its ...
Topsfield, about 35 miles north of Boston. This is rolling terrain, with many flat stretches ...
Heavily wooded Noon Hill is secluded, with a diversity of wildlife. Few people even know ...
Ultimately, the paths through the forest evoke a sense of peacefulness. This happens because ...
Plum Island is a premier destination for birding in the Northeast.
Enjoy a short stroll to a hilltop overlook and explore trails adjacent to wetlands and ...
Wheaton Farm offers an easy ramble through level terrain that features a white pine forest, ...
This loop takes you through some massive pine groves and skirts the shores of the Wachusett ...
Featuring mostly flat walking except for the Goat Hill portion, this route takes you up ...
Once wide-open grazing land for sheep, the rolling meadowlands comprising this reservation ...
This route passes through diverse terrain ranging from pine-studded highlands to a brookside ...
Ward Trail is a hiking trail in Ward Reservation, Essex County, Massachusetts. It is 0.7 ...
Overlooking the wide-open, blue Atlantic Ocean waters on Buzzards Bay, Horseneck Beach ...
Hike through fields and forests on this nice route. Pass through beautiful fields of wildflowers ...
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