Wednesday Bird Walks

Spring/Summer 2017

The Stanton Bird Club is pleased to announce our 10th year of Guided Bird Walks in the Lewiston / Auburn area. All walks are free and open to everyone, beginning naturalist to advanced birder. Walks are led by Stan and Joan DeOrsey, who identify and comment on birds seen and heard.
Anyone interested in walking, seeing new places, fresh air, and nature is welcomed. Walks are held in a variety of interesting and diverse local habitats, plus some areas less often visited. Please mark your calendar and join us every other Wednesday on the dates listed, or pick and choose the one or two which most interest you.

May 3  Papermill & Ricker Farm Trails, Lisbon for spring migrants.
Meet at the Promenade Mall / Staples.

May 17   Sylvester’s, Auburn for spring migrants. This is a regular Stanton Bird Club walk.
Meet at the Sylvester home, 1128 Riverside Dr., Auburn at 7:30am.

May 31  Small-Burnham Conservation Area, Litchfield for spring migrants.
Meet at the Farm, Pine Tree Rd., Litchfield.

June 14  Brunswick Landing (former Navel Air Station), Brunswick for spring migrants.
Meet at Food City Shopping Center.

June 28  Riverside Trail, Sunnyside Park to Tall Pines, Lewiston for breeding birds.
Meet at the Promenade Mall / Staples.

July 12   Androscoggin River Trail, Lisbon for breeding birds.
Meet at the Promenade Mall / Staples.

July 26  Jillson’s Farm, Sabattus for resident summer birds.
Meet at the Promenade Mall / Staples.


        • Meeting Locations, as noted above: Please park away from the business parking.
          -Promenade Mall parking lot, near Staples, 855 Lisbon St., Lewiston.
          – Food City Shopping Center, 583 Lisbon St., Lisbon Falls.
        • Except for May 17 and 31 (see above) walks leave meeting location at 8am to be at the walk site about 8:20am. Walks end by 11am, but you may leave early.
        • Walk will be held even if it is drizzling, but if there is a steady rain at 7AM and it is projected to continue to 10AM, the walk is canceled.
        • Walks are approximately 2 miles on an even and basically dry surface.
        • Bring binoculars and dress for the weather; layers work very well.
        • For any questions, call Stan or Joan DeOrsey at 406-4741 or e-mail