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Bates Bird Walk II

Results of the Bates-to-Riverside Cemtery Birdwalk, Tuesday May 1, 2018, 6:00 – 8:00AM. 35 degrees F., overcast. Observers: Bill Bergevin, Doug Boyd (Leader), Joline Gruz, Dana Little, Judy Marden (Leader and recorder), Suzy Marston, Tom Marston, Christine Murray, Steve Reed Read More…

Join the Maine Breeding Bird Atlas

Greetings, The Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife is pleased to announce that the Maine Breeding Bird Atlas has launched! Over the next 5 years, we hope that you will contribute your eBird observations to the Atlas effort in Read More…

Papermill Trail – Lisbon

Is summer here already, it was a great walk. And some good birds, more than in recent days. Apparently a number arrived overnight (most, but all, do migrate at night). Today eleven people birded the Papermill Trial in Lisbon. We Read More…

Bates Birdwalk I

Results of Bates-to-Riverside Cemetery Birdwalk 1, Tuesday May 24, 2018, 6:00 – 8: 00 AM, 34 degrees F.. clear, no wind Observers: Bill Bergevin, Doug Boyd (Leader), Elaine Freeman, Dana Little, Ben Low, Anna Low, Judy Marden (Leader and Recorder), Read More…

Riverwalk, Lewiston & Auburn

It was a mostly sunny day, but the wind made it feel much colder that it actually was. But five birders took advantage of the day. Although there were not as many birds as we would have liked, we had Read More…

Plum Island, February 24

Steve Reed, Doug Boyd, and Judy Marden went to Plum Island on Saturday March 24th hoping to see birds that will make their way to Maine in the next couple of weeks.  bird of the day was a Rough-legged Hawk. Read More…

Stanton Centennial and “Year of the Bird”

The Stanton Bird Club in partnership with Auburn Public Library is joining nature lovers around the world to celebrate the International Year of the Bird. At the same time, we will begin a year-long celebration of Stanton’s Centennial starting in Read More…

Winter Tracking at Woodbury

On 2/17 the Stanton Bird Club hosted a winter tracking trip at our Woodbury Sanctuary in South Monmouth. The leader was Steve Reed and the participants were Brad and Una Tuck, Roger Zimmerman, David Leroy, Elaine Freeman, and Judy Marden. Read More…

2018 Nature Week Sign-Up

“Are you looking for a fun place for your child to spend a week this summer learning about nature? Then join us for a Thorncrag Nature Week”. DOWNLOAD A REGISTRATION FORM HERE AGENDA Through hikes, games, crafts, interactive learning and Read More…

Christmas Bird Count Results

By Linda Seamans, compiler The Stanton Bird Club conducted its 38th Christmas Bird Count of the Lewiston and Auburn area on Saturday, December 16th. In total, twenty one people participated and recorded 53 species; the average since 2000 is 48. Read More…