Bird Watching in Rhode Island - Top 5 Places


Rhode Island’s over 400 miles of Atlantic coastline features beaches, marshes, forests, and shrublands—ideal for migrating birds. So if you’re looking to catch sight of anything from peregrine falcons to the federally-protected piping plover, you’ll have plenty of opportunity to do so in the Ocean State.

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