Audubon protects valuable habitats and the birds that depend on them: Important Bird Areas (IBA). Find IBAs in our area at Audubon.org.
Tanglewood Nature Center & Musuem, whose trail information and maps can be found here, offers two birding sites:
This site features hilltop meadows and woods in various stages of succession, two ponds, and the visitor’s center.
TNCM Gleason Meadows September Species: 84
Google Map for Gleason Meadows
Personius Woods is a 1.3 mile loop trail located near Elmira, NY that offers the chance to see wildlife and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible from April until December. Find a trail map here.
Google Map for Personius Woods
Birds Recorded at Tanglewood Sites
For a description of each of these birds, please visit the Audubon Field Guide.
|American Crow||American Goldfinch||American Robin|
|Barred Owl||Belted Kingfisher||Blackburnian Warbler|
|Black-Capped Chickadee||Blackpoll Warbler||Black-Throated Blue Warbler|
|Black-Throated Green Warbler||Blue Jay||Blue-Headed Vireo|
|Blue-Winged Warbler||Boblink||Brown Creeper|
|Brown-Headed Cowbird||Canada Goose||Chipping Sparrow|
|Common Grackle||Common Raven||Common Yellowthroat|
|Dark-Eyed Junco||Downy Woodpecker||Eastern Phoebe|
|Eastern Screech-Owl||Eastern Towhee||Eastern Wood Pewee|
|Field Sparrow||Golden-Crowned Kinglet||Gray Catbird|
|Great Blue Heron||Great Crested Flycatcher||Great Horned Owl|
|Hairy Woodpecker||Hermit Thrush||House Finch|
|House Wren||Indigo Bunting||Killdeer|
|Least Flycatcher||Mongolia Warbler||Mourning Dove|
|Northern Cardinal||Northern Flicker||Northern Parula|
|Northern Saw-Whet Owl||Ovenbird||Philadelphia Vireo|
|Pileated Woodpecker||Prairie Warbler||Purple Finch|
|Red-Breasted Nuthatch||Red-Eyed Vireo||Red-Winged Blackbird|
|Rose-Breasted Grosbeak||Ruby-Crowned Kinglet||Ruffed Grouse|
|Scarlet Tanager||Solitary Sandpiper||Song Sparrow|
|Tufted Titmouse||Veery||White-Breasted Nuthatch|
|White-Throated Sparrow||Wild Turkey||Wilson’s Warbler|
|Wood Duck||Wood Thrush||Yellow-Bellied Sapsucker|