Homes for Birders in Anchorage, AK
Are you a bird watcher? Many people like to view and photograph wild birds in and around Anchorage. While you can drive to many locate birding hotspots, here homes in which you can walk to birding locations.
|Photo Credit: Meghan Kearney/USFWS|
You can view the map on each page to measure the actual distances to your favorite birding spots in Anchorage.
There are many subdivisions just above the South side of Potter Marsh. Here are the neighborhoods in Rabbit Creek that are closest to the South edge of the marsh.
Westchester Lagoon is often filled with waterfowl, even year-round. Here are the neighborhoods around Westchester Lagoon.
Helen Louise McDowell Sanctuary
A nature sanctuary in the heart of Anchorage located just South of Geneva Woods on 36th Avenue and the New Seward Highway.Geneva Woods
Tony Knowles Coastal Trail
Many seabirds can be seen from several points along this trail. Here are the neighborhoods in Turnagain along the trail.
Chugach State Park
For homes up on the South Anchorage hillside area, you can view alpine birds in their natural habitat. Here are the subdivisions in Glen Alps and Hillside East that border the Chugach State Park.
Cook Inlet Bluffs
There are birds which prefer this type of coastal terrain. Here are the subdivisions in Oceanview that border the Cook Inlet bluffs.
You can also view birds from your own porch or yard on lakefront homes across Anchorage. This page has homes by lake for Anchorage and the Valley.