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Rockland - Birdwatching in the Wetlands

The perfect tour for birders, we explore three different habitats in the Rockland area in search of birdlife.

  • Explore freshwater wetlands, saltwater marshes and rock shorelines
  • Search for diverse birdlife
  • Spot bald eagles, osprey and brood-winged hawk
  • Watch for special species like black guillemot and piliated woodpecker
  • Difficulty level

    Level 2: Easy

  • Duration

    3 hours

  • Min. passengers

    5

  • Booking code

    A-RKD5

  • From

    224 €

  • Notices

    Comfortable, weather appropriate clothing and trekking shoes, binoculars, a water bottle, sunscreen, and bug spray are recommended.

We travel by van to a number of different habitats including freshwater wetlands, saltwater marshes, forest edges, and rocky shorelines to find as many exciting bird species as possible.

The diversity of nearby local habitats could include species such as the American bald eagle, osprey, brood-winged hawk, many warbler species, wading birds, and water fowl. We also keep our eyes open for northern specialities like the black guillemot, common eider, piliated woodpecker and many others.

PRACTICAL INFORMATION:

  • Duration: 3 hours
  • Language: English
  • Remarks/requirements: Comfortable, weather appropriate clothing and trekking shoes, binoculars, a water bottle, sunscreen, and bug spray are recommended.
  • Walking information: Moderate walking on paved or uneven terrain
  • Wheelchair accessible: No

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