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Bates Birdwalk III

Results of Bates-to-Riverside Cemetery Birdwalk III, Tuesday May 9, 2017, 6:00 – 8:00 AM, 34 Degrees F, sunny, calm. Observers: Doug Boyd (Leader), Celeste Crowley, Joe Crowley, Joline Gruz, Chantelle Hay, Anna Low, Ben Low, Judy Marden (Leader and Recorder), Read More…

Bates Birdwalk II

Results of Bates-to-Riverside Cemetery Birdwalk II, Tuesday May 2, 2017, 6:00 – 8:00 AM, 43 degrees F, overcast followed by periods of drizzle, calm. Observers: Doug Boyd (Co-Leader), Joline Gruz, Anna Lowe, Ben Lowe, Judy Marden  (Leader and Recorder), Suzie Read More…

Papermill Trail – Lisbon

Hi everyone. We had a GREAT walk this morning in Lisbon on the Papermill Trail. Lots of great birds (Louisiana Waterthrush, Common Goldeneye, and EIGHT warblers) 44 species in total and we were 13 people. The sun was out most 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 Walk I

Results of Bates-to-Riverside Cemetery Birdwalk I, Tuesday April 25, 2017, 6:00 – 7:45 AM, 39 degrees F., clear, calm. This is our 30th year of doing these walks, according to Stanton Bird Club Secretary David Haines.  The walks began in 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…

Riverwalk, Lewiston-Auburn

It was a beautiful spring day. A little nip in the air as we started, but it warmed up nicely, with sunny skies. The river was high and running fast, which may have kept the number of ducks down. But Read More…

Christmas Bird Count 2016

Sunday, December 20 By Linda Seamans, compiler The Stanton Bird Club conducted its 37th Christmas Bird Count of the Lewiston and Auburn area on Sunday, December 20. Due to an ice storm the previous night, four hardy teams went out Read More…

Plum Island, March 25

Our Maine weather report promised to give us cloudy but dry weather. We should have checked the Massachusetts’ report. We had rain, sleet, and snow all day long, but we saw many birds even though we avoided Hell Cat Swamp 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…