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Birding & Nature Trails in Central New York

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Delphi Falls County Park
Central New York
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Just opened in 2018, Delphi Falls County Park features a two-tiered waterfalls, a house, a barn and surrounding woodland.
Delta Lake State Park
Central New York
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Delta Lake State Park is open year-round and is located on a peninsula extending into Delta Reservoir.
Bike, Hike & Walk the NEW Empire State Trail
Central New York
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Spanning 750-miles from NYC to Canada, the multi-use Empire State Trail is ideal for cyclists, hikers, and runners.
Glimmerglass State Park
Central New York
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Glimmerglass State Park encompasses the historic Hyde Hall Mansion, Hyde Hall Covered Bridge - the oldest existing covered bridge in the United States.
Great Swamp Conservancy
Central New York
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The Great Swamp's Conservancy fosters environmental education, biological diversity and conservation of natural resources in the Oneida Lake and Lake Ontario Watersheds.
Green Lakes State Park - Rolling Hills Birding Trail
Central New York
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Green Lakes State Park was established in 1928, and has excellent birding trails, and boating sites. It has two glacially formed lakes, and rolling, wooded hills ..
Iroquois Indian Museum
Central New York
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Housed in a Great Iroquois Longhouse, the museum serves as a venue for promoting Iroquois art and artists and hosts events celebrating the Iroquois culture and history.
Mine Kill State Park
Central New York
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Located in the scenic Schoharie Valley, the 500-acre state park is named for Mine Kill Creek, which runs through a narrow gorge in the park and features the 80-foot Mine Kill Falls.
 
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