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Hamilton County weekend is for the birds . . . and their fans

Members of bird guide Joan Collins’ hiking group look for birds during  last year’s Adirondack Birding Festival in Hamilton County. (photo courtesy of Hamilton County Tourism)
Members of bird guide Joan Collins’ hiking group look for birds during last year’s Adirondack Birding Festival in Hamilton County. (photo courtesy of Hamilton County Tourism)
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You have to get up pretty early in the morning to go bird-watching with Joan Collins. That is if you want to see the Bicknell’s thrush. Collins is a New York state licensed bird guide and one of the Adirondacks’ most sought-after aviary experts. She will be a big part of Hamilton County’s eighth annual Adirondack Birding Festival, and one of the five hikes she will lead over the three-day stretch of the event will ...


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