New Hampshire's White Mountain region hosts several bird species that require high-elevation habitats for breeding. This trip is designed to look for a variety of wood warblers, vireos, flycatchers, and woodpeckers at the peak of their breeding season. We will explore the Pondicherry Wildlife Refuge and the Franconia region of the White Mountains in search of Mourning, Bay-breasted, Canada, Chestnut-sided, and Black-throated Blue warblers; Olive-sided Flycatcher; Wilson's Snipe; Black-backed Woodpecker; and many other Boreal Forest breeders. The highlight of this adventure will no doubt be the quest to see and hear the Bicknell's Thrush at 4,000 feet of elevation, atop Cannon Mountain.
Space is limited. A nonrefundable, nontransferable deposit of $150 per person must accompany registration. Final payment is due May 19. Fee includes hotel accommodations, round-trip van transportation, ride on Cannon Mountain Aerial Tramway, interpretive materials, and field instruction. Participants are responsible for meals, snacks, tips, and personal items.
Please call 978-887-9264 to register. Online registration is unavailable for this program. Call or email [email protected] for an itinerary. Cancellations within 30 days of departure cannot be refunded or credited unless we can fill your space.