Hunter Cove

Blackburnian Warbler
Hunter Cove is a property of the Rangeley Lakes Heritage Trust. Several trails wander through mixed habitat to a cove on Rangeley Lake. Blackburnian warblers are common over the first few hundred yards of the trail, along with red-eyed vireos, American redstarts, northern parula, and magnolia, Nashville, and black-throated green warblers. The trails are often damp and tangled, requiring waterproof footwear, but these same conditions encourage Canada warblers to nest here.

Directions: The entrance is on the west side of Route 4 between Rangeley and Oquossoc, at the foot of Dodge Pond Hill opposite Dodge Pond.
Hunter Cove Wildlife Sanctuary
Rangeley, ME 04970

GPS: 44.970263, -70.708469