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Bird watching at Clermont




With five miles of hiking trails spread out over 500-acres, Clermont State Historic Site is an incredible place for bird watching, no matter the season:

  • In the fall and winter, you'll see flocks of migrant geese and ducks.

  • The spring brings bright and colorful, forest-loving Magnolia Warblers, Black-throated Green Warblers, and Black-throated Blue Warblers who migrate up to Clermont from Central and Southern U.S.

  • In the summer, Eastern Towhees and Overbirds can be heard.

New to birding?

Here are a few tips.


Wear
  • comfortable shoes

  • inconspicuous colors so you don't stand out

  • a long sleeved shirt and tall socks pulled over your pant legs to protect from ticks

Bring
Remember

To learn more, check out the tips in Birding For Beginners.








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