Hikes in New England good for bird-watching
Magnolia warblers are one of many songbirds that visit Maine’s Monhegan Island during spring migration.
Quoddy Head State Park in Maine is home to numerous boreal bird species including spruce grouse.
Bald eagle populations continue to rebound throughout New England.
Canada geese and other waterfowl are common residents of Rhode Island’s Trustom Pond National Wildlife Refuge.
Downy woodpeckers are often spotted foraging within Pawtuckaway State Park's dense forests in New Hampshire.
Open fields at the Massabesic Audubon Center are frequented by bobolinks and other grassland species.
Eastern towhees sing loudly along forest edges throughout the Wells Reserve in Maine.
C onnecticut’s Mashamoquet Brook State Park provides ideal habitat for scarlet tanagers.
Rose-breasted grosbeaks are one of many colorful songbirds that call Mount Tom State Reservation their home.
Least terns nest on sandy beaches throughout Cape Cod National Seashore.
A snowy egret searches for food at Parker River National Wildlife Refuge.