NJ Audubon Birding & Wildlife Tour for Warren County NJ
All stops are within the park along Old Mine Road from Interstate 80 north to Millbrook Village, and then along Route 602 (Millbrook-Blairstown Road). Notes on other wildlife and on flora are included.
More information about Audubon Birding and Wildlife tour for Sussex County
Most stops are within the park or adjacent wildlife management areas and state parks. Some roads are unpaved. Notes on other wildlife and on flora are included.
On several occasions over the past 15 years, peregrine falcons have nested briefly on the cliff face of Mt. Minsi. These raptors are designated as an endangered species in the state of Pennsylvania. When a nesting is confirmed by park ecologists, the cliff face is closed to hiking and climbing. Those interested in spotting the falcons can best do so from Arrow Island Overlook on Route 611, although views of the birds are often brief and at a distance
Features about birds in the park fromSpanning the Gap:
Wintering Eagles | Hawk Migration | Turkey Vultures | Wild Turkeys | Warblers
Pocono Avian Research Center in Cresco, PA