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may, 2022

tue31may(may 31)8:00 amtue07jun(jun 7)6:00 pmAcadia Birding Festival + Boreal Species Hotspots(may 31) 8:00 am - (june 7) 6:00 pm MST Event Type :TravelAdmission:Paid

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May 31 (Tuesday) 8:00 am - June 7 (Tuesday) 6:00 pm

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Event Details

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Join Reefs to Rockies at the Acadia Birding Festival and visit Boreal Species Hotspots!

Roger Tory Peterson called Mount Desert Island, the location of Acadia National Park and the Acadia Birding Festival, “The Warbler Capital of the World.” Past festival participants will agree. In addition to the festival boat trip to see seabirds, including the charismatic Atlantic Puffin, we’ll also visit woodlands for warblers, crossbills and woodpeckers, salt marshes for waders and sparrows, and high elevation boreal habitats for Bicknell’s Thrush and others. Join Denver Audubon and Reefs to Rockies for a fantastic week of birding in the Northeast!

Tuesday, May 31: Arrival to Portland, ME/ Gorham, NH
Wednesday, June 1: Mount Washington, NH/ Bar Harbor, ME
Thursday, June 2 – Saturday, June 5: Acadia Birding Festival
Sunday, June 5: Acadia Birding Festival/ Portland, ME
Monday, June 6:
Portland, ME
Tuesday, June 7: Departure

Price: $3135* per person based on two people sharing double occupancy accommodations. If you prefer private, single occupancy accommodations, add $755*

Inclusions: accommodations; private transportation in a 12-passenger Ford Transit van or similar starting and ending at PWM International Airport; driver; guide – Chip Clouse; daily guided birding with spotting scope available; private Mount Washington Auto Road Tour; Acadia Birding Festival – registration fee, pelagic boat trip + 3 more morning field trips and 3 afternoon field trips including local field trip leader; and meals as listed in the itinerary.

Exclusions: flights, five dinners, Festival lectures, optional gratuities, and travel insurance.

Group size: 7 to 8 + guide Chip Clouse + driver. We are known for having smaller group sizes with a better birder to guide ratio than most companies offering similar itineraries. This trip starts and ends in Portland, Maine so that there are more flight options to choose from.

Important Notes: Registration must be confirmed by March 4, 2022 to guarantee the trip runs. All participants must be fully vaccinated against Covid-19 prior to travel.

*A 3% discount will be applied to payments by check.

All participants must be fully vaccinated against Covid-19 prior to travel.

Photo Credit: Reefs to Rockies

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