If you are a birdwatcher, North Point State Park is an excellent location for birdingspot. The park consists of a wide variety of habitats. Here you will find wildland and wetland areas, six miles of Chesapeake Bay shoreline, farm fields, heavy wooded areas and marshes. Where else could you expect to see a Bluebird, a Great Blue Heron, an Blue Jay and a Blue Grosbeak on the same day? 

There are also several pairs of breeding Bald Eagles that make North Point State Park their home. 

American Birding Association

Baltimore Bird Club



birding on the net

Bird Watching

Cornell University

Electronic Resources on Ornithology

MD Ornithological Society (MOS)

MD Osprey
 (Bulletin board for bird sightings in MD and surrounding areas.)

National Birdfeeding Society

Ornithology Website

Wild Birds Unlimited

Wild Birds Unlimited Live Feeder Cam

A Beginner's Guide to Bird Watching

Bird List -  click on the link below for the North Point Bird List. (Compiled by erstwhile volunteer and Edgemere resident, Richard Mellor.
North Point Bird Checklist
North Point Bird Checklist
Common Tern
Mute Swans

North Point State Park Volunteer Mission Statement

To aid in the management of the resources of North Point State Park. 

To make the public more aware of the activities and educational programs available in the park. 

To encourage partnerships between the private and business community with the park to further these goals. 
You can make a difference in the park!

We are a 501(c)(3) organization. All donations are tax deductible. If you would like to make a donation please send it to North Point State Park Volunteers, Inc. P.O.Box 55 Fort Howard, Md. 21052.
We need Volunteers!
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North Point State Park
 "A little slice of heaven on the Chesapeake Bay"

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