Morris Arboretum’s natural areas include wetlands, meadows, and the woodlands along the Wissahickon Creek. These areas provide a great habitat for a wide variety of birds year-round. There are resident birds, as well as migrating raptors and warblers to see. Additionally, Out on a Limb gives you a chance to look for birds on the tree canopy: a great vantage point for viewing birds at treetop level.
Photos by Susan Marshall
Take a self-guided tour of the wetlands where many notable birds have been sighted. Get the Guide »
There are a number of bird watching classes that appeal to beginners and experts alike, offered through our Education department.
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For more birding trip and events in the greater Philadelphia region, visit www.johnjames.audubon.org »