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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.


Birding is a fun activity that everyone can enjoy
, and new Trails are being added across the State all the time. Birding, or birdwatching, is one of the fastest growing outdoor recreational activities that can be enjoyed by all ages and experiences, plus it's a great way to get outdoors. Click the New York State Birding Trail  image to get maps and more information.


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
 


Find Birding & Nature Trails by Region
 

 

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Buttercup Farms Audubon Sanctuary
The Catskills
Explore Buttercup Farms Audubon Sanctuary Using Our Interactive Map
Open dawn until dusk, this 641-acre sanctuary offers six miles of trails and the opportunity to experience diverse habitats and witness a wide variety of wildlife.
Camillus Erie Canal Park Trail/Jordan Canal Park Trail
Central New York
Explore Camillus Erie Canal Park Trail/Jordan Canal Park Trail Using Our Interactive Map
Camillus Erie Canal Park is nestled between Nine Mile Creek and a wooded hillside near Camillus.
Camp at Fair Haven Beach State Park
The Finger Lakes
Explore Camp at Fair Haven Beach State Park Using Our Interactive Map
The park features 1,500 feet of beautiful sandy beach with campgrounds and cabin areas nestled within its woodlands...
Caroga Campground
Capital-Saratoga
Explore Caroga Campground Using Our Interactive Map
Caroga Lake Campground features more than 100 large and level sites that can accommodate the smallest tent to 40' RVs, some designated as accessible for the mobility impaired.
Cascadilla Gorge Trail
The Finger Lakes
Explore Cascadilla Gorge Trail Using Our Interactive Map
The Cascadilla Gorge Trail system is a popular gorge trail connecting Cornell University to downtown and its creek has carved its way through bedrock exposing rocks deposited 400 million years ago.
Cat & Thomas Mountain Trails
The Adirondacks
Explore Cat & Thomas Mountain Trails Using Our Interactive Map
Just a five-minute drive from quaint Bolton Landing, the trails to the summits of Cat and Thomas provide a rewarding introduction to hiking the Adirondack trails and both reward hikers with wonderful views
Catskills Mountain Park
The Catskills
Explore Catskills Mountain Park Using Our Interactive Map
The Catskill Park features more than 700,000 acres of enchanting wilderness located within the Catskill Mountains of New York State.
Chenango Valley State Park
Central New York
Explore Chenango Valley State Park Using Our Interactive Map
‚ÄčA product of the ice age, Chenango Valley State Park boasts two kettle lakes, originating from when the last glacier retreated
 
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