25 Great Wildlife Viewing Sites in the Thousand Islands and St. Lawrence Seaway Region in New York State
There are great wildlife viewing opportunities in the 1000 Islands region of New York State.
Throughout the St. Lawrence River Valley you can view deer, wild turkeys, a wide variety of shorebirds and ducks. Many other more elusive critters can also be seen such as beaver, otters and other fur bearing animals. But you have to know where to go and how to get there to find them.
In this book we provide you with explicit directions from an Interstate highway. Some you can drive to or through, others you can take a short hike to, and others you can explore by canoe, kayak or small boat. Four nature centers are included in the list. So order a copy and start getting outdoors to enjoy the “wild” side of the 1000 Islands of New York.
2006, Approx. 110 pages, spiral bound $19.95
You can ask for this book at your local bookstore or outfitter. To order this book, or any of our other titles, with a credit card, call the publisher Common Man Books at 866-793-0555 or go through their website at www.commonmanbooks.com.