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Wednesday Walk to Sabattus Pond

The Stanton Bird Club will hold our last walk of the year this Wednesday, Oct. 18 at Sabattus Pond for ducks. Meet at 8am in the Sabattus Antique Mall parking lot on Route 126 at the south end of Sabattus Read More…

Whitman Spring Trail – Auburn

Another nice day, well it wasn’t the rain that was predicted, so just as last week, the walk was entirely dry in spite of poor weather forecast. Eight people walked the Whitman Spring Trail and it was a very nice Read More…

Birding at Sylvester’s

What a wonderful day at last. Sixteen people showed up at Bill Sylvester’s, and the Benjamin’s, for a great walk. We had 54 species of birds including 14 warblers — and we missed birds we should have found. A great Read More…

Wednesday Walks Start this Week

It is time, the new season starts this week. The Stanton Bird Club of Lewiston / Auburn will hold a walk this Wednesday, May 3 on the Papermill Trail in Lisbon for returning birds. We will meet at the regular Read More…

Bates Bird Walks Start Tuesday, April 25

The first of the five spring Bates Bird Walks start next Tuesday. Meet at Hathorn Hall on the Bates campus at 6:00am. These trips will go past Mount David and through Riverside Cemetery. These five walks are a great way Read More…

Upcoming Field: Plum Island

The next field trip will be to Plum Island, Mass. on Saturday, March 25 From 7am t0 4pm, Meet at Staples parking lot in Lewiston A good spot to find special winter birds, maybe even a Snowy Owl. Bring a Read More…

Monthly Meeting – March 6

Our speaker this month is Herb Wilson, Professor of Biosciences at Colby College. Herb has taught at Colby College for over 25 years, He is an ecologist with a special interest in birds, butterflies, and dragonflies. He has been tracking Read More…

January Meeting Canceled

Due to circumstances beyond our control, the January meeting scheduled for next Monday has been canceled. We hope to see you at the February meeting.

Bird Photos Needed

eBird and Merlin Need Your Bird Photos   Last November, eBird partnered with the Cornell Lab of Ornithology’s Macaulay Library to bring direct photo upload to eBird. In one year, more than 35,000 eBirders have contributed in excess of 1.5 million Read More…