Birding in Potter
and Tioga Counties

Tioga County is home to one of Pennsylvania's largest intact wetland complexes affectionately known as "The Muck."

The Bird Observation Blind, a project of the Tiadaghton Audubon Society, the Pennsylvania Game Commission, and the Pennsylvania Audubon Society, offers a unique opportunity to view wildlife in a natural wetland setting. Visitors have a great chance to view rare bird species who live there or those who migrate through the area. This Blind is open year round, is handicap accessible, and is located 300 feet into the marsh at the end of the boardwalk.

Visitors can learn about some of the rare birds and other wildlife that frequent the marsh from interpretive displays located at the Muck Observation Blind.

Visit Potter-Tioga Birding with duck in the water
Visit Potter-Tioga Birding with a Yellow Nester