bird feeder in hamburg new york


More info: The Anna Mae Bacon Bird Sanctuary is located within the limits of the village of Hamburg. It is an extensively wooded 6.45 acre tract of floodplain property running along a scenic bend on Eighteenmile Creek.

Anna Mae Bacon was a botanist and Hamburg High School science teacher and was known as the "Bird Lady of Hamburg", rehabilitating injured birds and planting plant species designed to attract birds.

The Bird Sanctuary is a favorite stop-over spot for migratory birds, as well as a home for nesting species, as well as deer, small mammals, and even the occasional coyote.

The Audubon Guide to North American Birds is a fantastic online guide to identifyling birds.

The State Bird of New York since 1970, is the eastern bluebird (Sialia sialis)

Additional Information:
  • Common Backyard Birds of the United States - American Bird Conservancy -
  • New York State Birding - New Yprk State -