Bird Watching Tours
Loon, Eagle, and Other Bird Watching Tours
We offer guided interpretive and photo tours statewide all year. The activity and location depends on the season.
New Hampshire is home to many birds that can be seen and heard during nesting, migrating, and wintering times, from the sea shore to the mountain tops. Request a Custom ESCAPE to spend time in the wild with bald eagles, common loons, ospreys, peregrine falcons, boreal forest birds, freshwater and seashore birds, hawk migrations, or other wildlife.
When and How?
In the bird world, there is something exciting going on at any point during the year. We use various means to help you get a good view and experience natural habitats of birds. Kayaking or canoeing is the choice for spring and summer loon, duck, osprey, and eagle viewing–from a respectable distance, of course. Hiking the hills and mountains in spring and fall is best way to view the hundreds of hawks and other birds along their migration paths. Boreal forests are home to spruce grouse, Canada jay, and boreal chickadees, which may be found by hiking (snowshoeing in winter). Many birds also winter in New Hampshire, such as loons, eagles, and flocks of cedar waxwings. Occasionally a snowy owl or a great gray owl will be spotted.
Besides our Bird Watching Tours, you may be also interested in our custom Moose Tours, Outdoor Photography Tours, which can be done during an S.U.V. Tour, or along with one of our Custom Wilderness ESCAPES or Adventure Packages. Step-on-guide services are also available for bus, van, or motor coach tours.
To register, please go to the Reservations page and follow the instructions for a Custom ESCAPE/Group Program. Request a bird tour to add names to your birding checklist!