Top 10 US Nature Trails for Birding Enthusiasts

Magee Marsh Wildlife Area Boardwalk (Ohio): Known as the "Warbler Capital of the World," this boardwalk offers unparalleled opportunities to observe migrating songbirds.

Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge (New Mexico): Home to a diverse range of bird species, including sandhill cranes, snow geese, and various waterfowl.

Hawk Mountain Sanctuary (Pennsylvania): A premier location for raptor migration, Hawk Mountain offers stunning vistas and close-up views of soaring hawks, eagles.

Point Reyes National Seashore (California): With its diverse habitats, including coastal scrub, grasslands, and estuaries, Point Reyes is a hotspot for birdwatching.

Everglades National Park (Florida): One of the most biodiverse areas in the US, the Everglades is home to a wide array of bird species, including herons, egrets.

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Big Bend National Park (Texas): Situated along the Rio Grande, Big Bend is a birdwatcher's paradise, with over 450 bird species recorded, including roadrunners.

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Magee Marsh Wildlife Area Boardwalk (Ohio): Known as the "Warbler Capital of the World," this boardwalk offers unparalleled opportunities to observe migrating songbirds.

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Sax-Zim Bog (Minnesota): A unique northern habitat known for its boreal bird species, Sax-Zim Bog attracts birders seeking species like boreal owls, great gray owls.

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Great Smoky Mountains National Park (Tennessee/North Carolina): With its diverse elevational range, Great Smoky Mountains NP is home to a wide variety of bird species.

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Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary (Florida): A haven for birdwatchers, Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary offers boardwalks through old-growth cypress forests.

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