This event-driven festival in the Adirondack Wild will include three days of bird watching hikes, walks, driving safaris, seminars and more. With more than 60% of the Adirondack Wild classified as wild forest and wilderness, the forests and lakes provide ideal nesting grounds for water birds and boreal species. Participants will enjoy a dinner cruise on the W.W. Durant cruise ship (fee associated), hiking expeditions along the Roosevelt Truck Trail in Newcomb, and the newly opened Former Finch and Pruyn Lands on the Chain of Lakes Road in Indian Lake, and much more. On Saturday afternoon Joan Collins, a NYS licensed guide, writer and birding expert, will present a talk on the “Unique Boreal Species” found inside the Adirondack Park at the Adirondack Museum. All outside events and activities are FREE of charge, but registration is necessary and open now. To register, call (800) 648-5239 or (518) 548-3076 Monday- Friday, between 9 am and 4 pm.