From boreal forests to lakeside retreats, birding in the Adirondacks is always a unique experience. A variety of habitats creates opportunities for birders, beginner and pro, to observe many species not found elsewhere in New York. Every season is unique, with different birds coming and going. Common Loons, Canada Jays, Bald Eagles, White-winged Crossbills, Palm Warblers, American Bitterns: they're all here. Plus, with iconic species like Bicknell's Thrush in the highest mountains, there's no excuse for not birding in the Adirondacks today!