The Adirondack Park of New York state is willed with amazing wildflowers.
Wildflowers are a key component of Adirondack habitats. They sustain and are sustained by the plant life and wildlife around them. They are also a very accessible part of nature. Wildlife watchers may hike for days to catch a fleeting glimpse of a moose or Eastern Coyote. Bird watchers and photographers may need to make multiple trips to a habitat in hopes of catching a good view of an illusive species, only to see it fly away before the binoculars or camera can be raised.