Bicknell’s Thrush Package
Available: 2022 Dates TBD
Mt. Washington is one of two Bicknell’s thrush habitats in the northeastern US. The Mt. Washington Auto Road offers Bicknell’s Thrush Tours, offering a wonderful opportunity to see these rare birds.
Join the Mt Washington Auto Road on a guided Bicknell’s Thrush tours on May 31, June 1, 4, 6, and 9, 2020 to look for the Bicknell’s Thrush.
We will be offering an “Early Birders” To Go Breakfast on those mornings to take with you on your birding adventure – with the option of joining us for our hearty hot breakfast after you are done – served between 8am and 9:30am. Tours depart at 5:30 and you need to be there by 5:15 – Mary Ann wants to get you there on time!
You might want to bring: binoculars, camera, warm clothing, daypack, hiking shoes.
Our Bicknell’s Thrush Birders Package includes …
- Two nights lodging for two
- An early birder-to-go breakfast
- A to go coffee/tea/hot chocolate and a snack
- A hearty hot country breakfast when you return from your tour and the second morning of your stay
- Home baked goodies and beverages served at the inn in the afternoon
- Re-useable water bottles for your day and to take home with you
Two-Night Package Rate for Two – from $300
According to the Mt. Washington Auto Road, “Bicknell’s Thrush is an extremely rare species with very limited breeding grounds. It is the rarest and most secretive of the breeding thrushes in North America and it is the only bird whose breeding is restricted to the Northeastern part of the continent. They usually breed at higher elevations, normally nesting above 3,000 ft. The unique yet harsh climate is just what the birds prefer due to the combination of low vegetation and abundant moisture, and the Mt. Washington Auto Road offers you a unique opportunity to view these rare birds.”
The Mt. Washington B&B offers a quiet relaxing atmosphere.
Come join us and get away from it all!
Packages must be reserved at least 48 hours in advance.
Mid week packages are also available.
Would you like to blend packages?
No problem! Just let us know and we’ll take care of that for you.
Be sure to read about our Inn Policies, Deposit and Cancellation Policy before making your reservations.
Photo courtesy of
Vermont Center for Ecostudies