Judd Brink- Guide to the Birds of
the Byway and the Brainerd Area

Bird Watching Tours:

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Web: birdsofthebyway.com 

Guide Experience:

  • B.S. Natural Resources
  • 20+ years of bird watching in MN/Midwest
  • 10 years of guiding for Birding Festivals/Christmas Bird Counts
  • Kirtland Warbler (Endangered Species) public tour guide (2) summers
  • Ivory-billed Woodpecker (LA) search team
  • 5 years as Wildlife Technician (Birds)
  • B.B.B. Bed & Breakfast & Birding Guides Training certificate.


Judd Brink Birds of the Byway Guide

Birds of the Byway offers 54 miles of great viewing opportunities along the Paul Bunyan Scenic Byway.  The spring and fall bird migrations are the best times to see a greater variety of species in good numbers.  Some of the species that can be found along the Birds of the Byway include: Loons, Eagles, Osprey, Swans, (nesting) Waterfowl, Flycatchers, Tanagers, Thrushes, Hawks, Owls, Vireos and Warblers. 

The best way to view the Birds of the Byway is with a guide who knows the area and its locations to the birds you want see or photograph.  I am looking forward in guiding you to the Birds of the Byway.

        Rice Lake Lowell WMA Co Rd 11 Trumpeter Swans