Just a few hours west, Louisiana waterthrush, mourning, blackpoll, cerulean, worm-eating, Canada and blackburnian warblers nest along with the more common black-throated blue, chestnut-sided, magnolia, prairie and redstart. Boreal forest on Mount Greylock, vast tracts of northern forests in the highlands and forested wetlands at lower elevations provide ample habitat for warblers, vireos, thrushes, flycatchers and woodpeckers. Fresh water wetlands are home to species with limited ranges in the state including rails, bitterns, common gallinule and hooded merganser. Visit October Mountain, Bartholomew's Cobble, Mt. Greylock, and Skinner State Park along with lesser known hotspots in search of regional specialties such as black vulture, yellow-bellied sapsucker, Acadian flycatcher, yellow-throated vireo, cliff swallow, winter wren, Swainson's thrush, vesper sparrow, and as many warbler species as we can find.
We maintain a low participant-leader ratio for all of our overnight programs. As a result, our guests have an easier time finding and seeing wildlife, and leaders have more time for individualized interactions with each participant. These programs are open to everyone age 18 and older. Fees include all ground and boat transportation, interpretive materials, entrance fees, and lodging unless otherwise noted. Fees are based on double occupancy; optional single rooms available for a supplemental fee except where noted.
To register call 781-259-2220 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information contact Kathy Seymour at email@example.com or 781-259-2207.
Single supplement is $125. Final payment is due April 8, 2019.