Bird Watching On Staten Island

Bird watching on Staten Island can be a rewarding experience for the beginner and veteran birder alike. Despite being part of New York City, Staten Island has over 3,000 acres of varied habitats to explore. A single day's trip can include stops at salt marshes, old growth forests, 100+ acres of grassland, beaches, and woodland streams.

On this site you will find information on where, and when to visit Staten Island to maximize your birding experience!

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Section of Natural History:

The Nature Section was founded in 1945 by member of the Staten Island Museum. Since that time Nature Section members have held monthly meetings, and ecology walks. The Section also conduct Staten Island's Christmas Bird Count, Waterfowl Count, and Butterfly Count. Currently, monthly meetings are held the 4th Thursday of the month from September til June. Monthly ecology walks are held the 2nd Sunday of every month year-round!

Where to go birding on Staten Island:

Seasonal guide to birding on the Island:

SINaturaList, Yahoo Group exclusively for the island:

Links about Staten Island, and regional birding sites:

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