Acadia National Park is set in a unique location—where land meets sea, and the boreal forest overlaps with eastern deciduous woodlands creating a patchwork of different habitat types, which host a diverse variety of birds. Ranging from ocean birds such as puffins, terns, and alcids to a rainbow array of warblers, vireos, and flycatchers on land, more than 300 species have been recorded in and around the park. The Acadia Birding Festival offers a chance to explore this bird haven with various field trips, boat trips, and photography workshops, led by expert birders. Pick and choose your own schedule from over 60 trips, presentations, workshops, and socials during this four day event (June 2–5, 2016).
ABF is proud to be a Centennial Partner and will promote Acadia’s centennial celebration during the four days of festival events.