Introduction to birding within Elk Lake Lodges remote wilderness

June 5 June 6, 2020

Join us for a truly unique experience, birding in the heart of the Adirondacks, one of the most spectacular tracts of forest. The area has been designated by the Audubon as an Important Bird Area because of the exemplary forest habitat and bird species who call it home. The weekend will involve a series of bird walks and presentations led by Audubon New York and Cornell Lab of Ornithology staff. The walks will immerse you in the forests and birds of the Adirondacks and the presentations will take you around the world to see some of the rarest birds as well as remarkable bird behavior. It is sure to be a memorable Adirondack experience.

Package Pricing: $550 per adult

“Set amid more than 12,000 acres in a 'spectacular' 'Adirondack location', this 'lovely, low-key' lakeside resort (circa 1904) offers charming 'individual cabins' as well as rooms in its main lodge; it's 'great for quiet boating and hiking', as well as fishing, swimming and canoeing surrounded by beautiful mountains; guests have speedboat-free Elk Lake and Clear Pond entirely to themselves and can enjoy 45 miles of pristine trails; the room rate includes three meals and it's an easy five-hour drive from New York or Boston, so most find it's a great 'family or romantic' getaway; N.B. it's open May-October.”
- Zagat Survey
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1106 Elk Lake Road, North Hudson, NY 12855