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Bird Watching and Wildlife Watching

The natural beauty of Pennsylvania surrounds us — in our varied landscapes and welcoming communities. Traveling by interstates you can easily miss areas of scenic beauty and rich natural diversity. To find these spots, leave the super-highways behind, and venture along Pennsylvania's smaller roads into villages and hamlets, through forest and farmland, and across miles of rivers and streams.

Northumberland, Snyder and Union Counties are three of thirty-nine counties of the Susquehanna River Birding and Wildlife Trail. To learn more about places to go and watch birds and wildlife in the Susquehanna River Valley,  refer to the Audobon Pennsylvania's interactive Susquehanna River Birding and Wildlife Trail Guide.

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“Quiet trails through black cherry and walnut forests. Witch hazel in fall and winter. Hickory and Chesnut trees in the spring.” – Raleigh, Lake Oswego, OR