Bird & Wildlife Watching in Pennsylvania Wilds PA

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  • 8288 First Fork Rd. Austin, PA 16720-3323
    814-647-8401
    Located at the first fork of the Sinnemahoning Creek, this park offers a picturesque view of surrounding peaks and deep valleys. The habitat supports the American eagle, black bear and white-tailed...
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  • 199 E. Cowley Run Rd. Emporium, PA 15834
    814-486-5605
    This 386-acre park, located in both Cameron and Potter counties, consists of deciduous hardwoods, pine stands and two trout streams. The park is surrounded by 460,617 acres of Elk and Susquehannock...
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  • 454 Lyman Run Rd. Galeton, PA 16922
    716-386-7150
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  • 175 Main St. Brookville, PA 15825-1233
    Located in Elk County just south of Ridgway. U.S. Route 219 runs right through the game lands. Contains nearly 24,000 acres of wooded terrain with deer being the primary game species. Bears and...
  • 3150 E. 2nd Street Coudersport, PA 16915
    814-274-3600
    The 265,000-acre Susquehannock State Forest is located primarily in Potter County, with small areas in McKean and Clinton Counties. The mountainous terrain contains some of the best recreational...
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  • Route 59 Bradford, PA 16701
    814-362-4613
    Named after the American Woodcock that inhabits the area, the Flats have a trail that includes eighteen stops with interpretative guides along two hiking loops, the Woodcock and Bluebird Loops,...
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  • Sinnemahoning State Park, 4843 Park Rd. Austin, PA 16720
    814-647-8401
    At this new nature facility at Sinnemahoning State Park in the Pennsylvania Wilds, you can enjoy the gifts of mother nature. Watch for nesting bald eagles, elk nursing their calves, bobcats in the...
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  • 12 Wild Woods Lane Clarendon, PA 16313
    Private non-profit animal park is a biological park (infancy stages) nestled in a haven of natural woodlands that is dedicated to the continuing survival of wild species through education. 
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  • State Rte. 346 Bradford, PA 16701
    814-362-4613
    The Willow Bay Recreation Area is located 15 miles west of Bradford, just south of the New York State line. It has over 100 family campsites, each containing a picnic table, fire ring, and tent pad...
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  • FOREST Rd. 147 Bradford, PA 16701
    814-362-4613
    The Willow Creek ATV Trail is a 10-mile loop trail traversing scenic, forested hills on the Bradford District of the Allegheny National Forest. The trail is open from the Friday before Memorial Day...
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