Best Birding in New York

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

Despite the similar names, the Black Creek Forest Preserve is a long way from the massive ...
Beaver Lake Nature Center is a 650-acre natural community of pond, swamp, and woodland. ...
Visit Braddock Bay Raptor Research Trail in the spring to get a close look at owls and ...
Long ago, Hemlock Lake had cottages all along its shore. In 1872 the city of Rochester ...
Beaver Meadow Audubon Center is a 324-acre wildlife preserve which has been developed ...
Buckhorn Island State Park sits at the northwest point of Grand Island. It’s an island ...
This loop takes you through woods and wetlands and includes a 0.2 mile walk along the ...
After a short walk on the dike of Onondaga Pool, this trail enters a mixed woods of maple, ...
The hike along Canadice Lake’s western shore follows access roads for the Rochester Water ...
This short trek amid the marshland south of Seneca Lake is not particularly challenging ...
Feel the sea breezes and take in the view at this popular birding site in the middle of ...
Fire Island, a barrier island, stretches 32 miles long and protects Long Island’s south ...
During the last ice age a glacier a mile thick that went as far south as the Pennsylvania ...
Soak in the views of the Hudson at its widest point on this short Rockland County out-and-back ...
Reinstein Woods Nature Preserve consists of approximately 300 acres of land surrounded ...
Dunkirk Harbor is located on the southeast shore of Lake Erie. A largeNiagara Mohawk power ...
Three Mile Bay WMA consists of 3,500 acres adjacent to Three Mile Bay, off Oneida Lake's ...
Home to the Alley Pond Giant, the oldest known tree in New York City, this park is the ...
The northern section of Oak Orchard Creek which runs from the Waterport Hydropower dam ...
Nathaniel Cole was a Revolutionary War veteran who settled with his family in 1795. He ...
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