If you are a baby boomer, you have reached that age when it is time to retire and find adventures outside the workplace. Or, maybe you’re just new to all this birding and nature stuff and finding that you’re not in as great a shape physically as you’d like to be. Nature beckons but the joints ache and the thought of hiking miles through the woods or slogging through wetlands and swamps to commune with beautiful birds and nature just isn’t as appealing as it used to be.
We know what you mean because we also find ourselves with lots of desire to bird and hike but not quite as much energy or time as we once had. We are part of the expansive baby boomer generation whose members have reached retirement age and are looking for new avenues to explore. We like to bird, explore national, state, & county parks, and commune with nature but like to do it in relative comfort and style. No buggy campgrounds or slogging through swamps for us. We like hotels with hot running water and nature preserves with boardwalks and well-marked trails that are easy on the knees and pretty simple to follow.
It is our objective to find the best adventures in nature possible that are easy to find, enjoyable, and are accessible to almost everyone. As we find these gems in the wild, we will share our findings and adventures with our blogs and our hotspot reviews with you. We hope that you will do the same by sharing your adventures and comments with us using this website.
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