Best Birding in Minnesota

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

Frontenac State Park encompasses 2,230 beautiful acres that include the 450-foot bluff ...
Positioned at the head of Lake Superior, Duluth has always been an important stopover ...
The tiny hamlet of Waskish (on State Highway 72 northwest of Grand Rapids and northeast ...
Lake Superior’s North Shore and the region surrounding it could be viewed as two separate ...
Extremely challenging loop with constant tough climbs and raging descents; quiet loop ...
The 23,000 acres of the Carlos Avery State Wildlife Management Area offer some of the ...
The word “Itasca” may sound like it has Native American origins, but it is a contrived ...
This book has already discussed the scope of the former Glacial Lake Agassiz, which covered ...
Saying “all rivers lead here” may be an exaggeration, but certainly the lands of Tamarac ...
Aitkin has been the scene of commerce for hundreds of years. A fur post on Cedar Lake, ...
The southwestern portion of the Twin Cities includes some of the most beautiful landscapes ...
Hennepin County was named to honor Louis Hennepin (or Father Hennepin, as he has become ...
Despite its gentle, feminine name, the lore surrounding the site of this beautiful river ...
The northeastern portion of the metropolitan area bears landforms and habitats as different ...
Though Minnesota seems relatively young in terms of settlement, more than three hundred ...
Early explorers adopted the name Crow Wing from the Ojibway description of an island at ...
Southeastern Minnesota, with its beautifully wooded hills and hollows, has been described ...
The Red River of the North separates the Minnesota city of Moorhead from its sister, Fargo, ...
We refer to most of Minnesota’s lakes in acres, but reference to a body as large as Lake ...
North of the Minnesota cities of Hibbing and Grand Rapids, about 25 miles north of the ...
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