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Feathers & Flora of the Northern Forest

See and hear the boreal birds that live and breed in the Adirondacks. Lectures, slide shows and hands on field trips with expert naturalists will teach you about the flora and fauna in the area. 

The Adirondack region is the largest publicly-protected area in the continental U.S., with vast sections designated as wilderness or wild forest. This birding region is one of the best places in the country to observe many springtime boreal birds and is a prime location to experience the majesty of Adirondack birds of prey.

Join us at Great Camp Sagamore to learn about the featured species of the season. This late-summer sessions focuses on the habits and protection of Adirondack birds of prey with up-close experiences with raptors and owls. All sessions include walk and hikes into nearby wild areas to examine local flora and birding habitats.

Register through Road Scholar #14872

Earlier Event: September 8
Women in the Woods
Later Event: September 10
Kayaking the Adirondacks