The Susquehanna River Birding and Wildlife Trail is a guide to more than 200 sites in 39 counties in the Susquehanna River watershed where birding and wildlife watching can be enjoyed. Pennsylvania is a keystone state for bird watching during seasonal bird migration. With more than 400 species of birds documented in the state, including 186 breeding species of birds, wildlife watchers in Pennsylvania will find year-round opportunities to engage in bird watching.
Readers are introduced to the many natural wonders found in Pennsylvania - from old growth forests to lush wetlands to vast grasslands - via the State Parks and Forests, wild areas, trails, vistas, and scenic drives described in the guide and accompanying website (pabirdingtrails.org). Sites consist of both rural and urban locations, and offer a wide variety of amenities. The guide also offers wildlife watching tips, a bird and mammal list, and information on the seasonality of Pennsylvania birds and Important Bird Areas.
To order a copy of the Susquehanna River Birding and Wildlife Trail guide to accompany you during your travels, send a $9.00 check payable to "Audubon Pennsylvania-Bird Trail" to: Audubon Pennsylvania-Dept 069 100 Wildwood Way Harrisburg, PA 17110 Or visit our website at pabirdingtrails.org. Bulk orders (10 guides or more) are $5.00 each. If you would like to sell the guides at your location, please contact us at 717-213-6880 Ext. 16.