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The Best Places to Watch Wildlife in New England

The Best Places to Watch Wildlife in New England
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Few experiences are more awe-inspiring than watching a whale launch its massive body this close to your boat, or seeing an eagle pirouette above a mountaintop. It’s no wonder that wildlife watching is one of the most popular outdoor activities in the country. Diane Bair and Pamela Wright are co-authors of Wild Encounters: The Best Animal-Watching Adventures in the U.S. (Willow Creek Press) as well as a 16-book series of wildlife guides for children. They shared their picks for the best places to watch wildlife in New England with us. (For guided tours, remember to reserve early.)


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