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Saratoga Birdwatching Guide: The Best Spots & Top Trails For Birding

Birdwatching (or birding) is one of the fastest growing hobbies in North America. People of all ages can enjoy birdwatching outdoors, and the Saratoga region happens to be a year-round destination for experienced birding enthusiasts and casual birdwatchers alike. There are numerous nature trails, Important Bird Areas, and Bird Conservation Areas located throughout the Southern Adirondack Region, and the local Grassland Bird Trust, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit land trust, works to conserve critical habitat for New York's endangered, threatened, and rapidly declining grassland bird species.

Plan your birding adventure in the Saratoga region today, and learn more about ongoing conservation efforts to protect local at-risk species.

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Grassland Birds Need Your Help!

Grassland Bird Trust is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit land trust conserving critical habitat for endangered, threatened and at-risk grassland birds. 700 million grassland birds have been lost since 1970! Help save the birds and you help save our world. Learn More > >

Popular Species, Birding Trails & Conservation Areas

More Places to Go Birding Around the Saratoga Region