Hone your birding skills with some of America's top birders while reveling in more than 200 species of New England birds, from warblers and thrushes to puffins and guillemots.
Mid-June is the peak of the nesting season, and participants will visit Eastern Egg Rock, home to Atlantic Puffins, Black Guillemots and Roseate, Common and Arctic Terns. Nearby Wreck Island offers close-up views of nesting Great Blue Herons, and Weskeag Marsh offers habitat for shorebirds and marsh birds. Hog Island itself is home to Bald Eagles, Ospreys and dozens of species of songbirds.
Whether you're a beginning birder or an old hand, our enthusiastic, engaging instructors, small-group field trips and informal instruction will make you a far better birder.
If your housing choice has sold out, fill out this form to add your name to the waitlist: http://bit.ly/19PvfVr. In the case of a cancellation we will notify you of the upgrade options.
This program is only available to participants who meet the following requirements:
Chris Lewey, Program Director Founder of Raven Interpretive Programs
Stephen Kress Vice President for Bird Conservation & Director, Seabird Restoration Program, National Audubon Society