Boreal Birding in the Adirondacks, with Gabriel Willow

Friday, June 29- Monday, July 2 
Guide: Gabriel Willow
NYC Audubon is for the first time offering a trip to the Adirondack region, NY state's wildest country. The Adirondack Park's 6 million acres constitutes 1/3 of the land area in NY State - the Park is the largest publicly protected area in the contiguous United States, greater in size than Yellowstone, Everglades, Glacier, and Grand Canyon National Park combined! Within its boundaries are vast forests (ranging from deciduous to boreal) and rolling farmlands, towns and villages, mountains and valleys, and lakes, ponds and rivers. This diversity of habitat leads to an incredible diversity of plant and bird species, including several boreal specialties of the mountain spruce and fir forests that cannot be found in NYC such as gray jays and boreal chickadees. Join NYC Audubon guide Gabriel Willow on a four-day tour of this wild region, featuring a day with and local Adirondack resident, guide and President of the NYS Ornithological Association, Joan Collins. We will stay in the town of Saranac Lake at Amanda's Village Motel, a charming motel overlooking the Lake, spend our days exploring the mountains and valleys in the region, and dine at restaurants in Saranac Lake and nearby Lake Placid, NY. Transport by passenger van included. $720 ($220 single supplement)

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For questions regarding the details of this trip, contact Gabriel Willow at or 718-757-0782


Date & Time: Jun 29, 2018 08:00 AM to
Jul 02, 2018 08:00 PM
[America/New_York UTC -5]


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Location: Saranac Lake
185 River St
Saranac Lake
United States
Registration Closes: Jun 26, 2018 03:00 PM

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Danielle Sherman
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