Coast to coast and border to border, Birding Trails offer great opportunities to find birds. On a summer trip in New England, along the Connecticut River between Vermont and New Hampshire, you can hear the vividly colored Blackburnian Warbler. Texas birding trails offer birds that can't be found anywhere else in the United States. Washington State's birding loops guide you through diverse habitats.
Many stops are on local, state, or national parks or refuges – all public lands. And September 27th is National Public Lands Day! Volunteers are out there right now, planting trees, repairing trails, and restoring native habitats for all those birds. You can learn more and plan for next year!