Adirondack Birding is the only comprehensive guide to birding sites in the Adirondack Park, a six-million-acre wilderness that harbors nearly three hundred avian species. The authors drew on decades of field experience in selecting sixty places where you can walk or paddle to find the species of most interest to birders, including such boreal birds as the black-backed woodpecker, gray jay, and spruce grouse. Inside you’ll find:
- 48 glossy color photos of wild birds, taken by Jeff Nadler.
- 90 black-and-white photos of birds and landscapes
- Maps showing trails and put-ins
- Tips on finding boreal species
- A history of birding in the Adirondacks
Published in conjunction with the Adirondack Mountain Club.
Softcover, 224 pages, $20.95
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