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Add Birding & Nature to your Hiking Experience

 

Observe Snowy Owls, Herons, American Eagles, and migratory Birds in the Wild
 
 
 
Hiking in Upstate NY is a great way to take in the four seasons and experience the heartbeat of nature including a wide variety of birds & wildlife  in their natural habitat.

 
 

The Regions offer a mixed terrain of mountains & valleys, forests & grasslands, lakes & rivers, marshes and more - where you can observe as many as 800 varieties of plants and over 200 species of birds - including Snowy Owls, Hawks, American Eagles, Egrets, Green Herons, and colorful migrators. So grab your hiking boots, a map, and camera (really, any camera will do), along with a pair of binocs, and get ready to bond with Nature

 


Explore Cat & Thomas Mountain Nature Trail  near Bolton Landing, Lake George
 

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Adirondack State Park
The Adirondacks
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The amazing Adirondacks offer the highest peaks in New York State, thousands of miles of hiking trails and canoe routes, numerous scenic highways and byways and unending recreational fun.
Allegany State Park
Chautauqua-Allegany
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This park is divided into two sections and offers 18 hiking trails, three of which have been developed as self-guided nature trails, as well as paved biking trails and more...
Andes Rail Trail
The Catskills
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The Andes Rail Trail is an easily accessible hiking trail in an idyllic setting, suitable for individuals and families of all ages.
Bahar Preserve and Carpenter Falls
The Finger Lakes
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Near Skaneateles Lake, Bahar Preserve's dramatic forest and gorge landscape offers hikers a dramatic view of the 100-foot deep Bear Swamp Creek Ravine.
Beacon Mountain
Hudson Valley
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Hudson Highlands' highest peak, Beacon Mountain offers two summits, hiking trails, a fire lookout tower and monument and the ruins of the Mount Beacon Incline Railway...
Beaver Island State Park
Niagara-Western NY
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This 950-acre park has a half-mile sandy beach for swimming, an adjacent 80- slip marina, an 18-hole championship golf course and more...
Beaver Lake Nature Center
Central New York
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‚ÄčThe more than nine miles of maintained walking trails provides a rich mix of habitats with the possibility of seeing more than 200 species of birds and more than 800 varieties of plants.
Beaver Pond Campground
Hudson Valley
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Located in Harriman State Park and adjacent to Lake Welch, the campground offers access to swimming beaches, hiking trails and neighboring state park facilities.
 
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