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Sylvester’s/Benjamin’s

In spite of the beginning it was a great morning. Eight people showed up, and there were lots of great birds, (55) and actually nice weather. Some drizzle the first few minutes then dry, and sun before we finished. We Read More…

Bates Birdwalk IV

Too rainy for you this morning? Too bad–it was simply amazing!! Two areas of fallout: the (rechistened) “Warbler Path” on the brook side of the cemetery (B&W warblers, Magnolia, Black-throated blue, Pine, Chestnut-sided, Northern Parula), and around the Bates Puddle Read More…

Evergreen Cemetery – Capisic Park

Today was a picture-perfect day for birding; sunny, with a cool start, but warming up nicely, and no wind… and pretty much into the warbler migration. Oddly only 5 people took advantage of this trip; too bad for those that Read More…

Brunswick Landing

It was sunny but cool. Ten people attended the walk at Brunswick Landing but birds were hard to find. We did get five warbler species and with no Palm Warbler today. Hawks were good with a flurry of fly overs Read More…

Bates Birdwalk III

Results of the Bates-to-Riverside Cemetery Birdwalk III, Tuesday May 7, 2019, 6:00-8:30 AM. 47 Degrees, clear and becoming cloudy. Observers: Dick Bevins, Carol & John Dilley, Joline Gruz, Alexis Hudes, Dana Little, Judy Marden (Leader & Recorder), Steve Reed (Leader), Read More…

Papermill Trail – May 1

A very nice early spring day, cool and sunny, but not as many birds as we would have liked, yet 32 species were seen by 18 people as we walked the Papermill Trail in Lisbon. The high lights were five Read More…

Bates Birdwalk II

Results of the Bates-to-Riverside Cemetery Birdwalk II, Tuesday May 23, 2019, 6:00 – 8:15 AM. 40 degrees, overcast. Observers: Doug Boyd (leader), Joline Gruz, Judy Marden (Leader & Recorder), Christine Murray (Leader), Suzy Marston, Steve Reed (Leader), Christina Tiberi.  Species Read More…

Bates Birdwalk I

Results of the Bates-to-Riverside Cemetery Birdwalk I, Tuesday May 23, 2019, 6:00 – 8:15AM. 47 Degrees, overcast, misty. Observers: Doug Boyd (Leader), Alice Doughty and Clara, Christine Murray (Leader), Judy Marden (Leader & Recorder), Isaac Marston, Suzy Marston, Steve Reed Read More…

Rangeley Birding Festival: June 7-9

Join us June 7th – 9th for the inaugural Rangeley Birding Festival to experience the rich bird life that flourishes at the intersection of northern forest, stunning, clear lakes and the High Peaks of western Maine. The Rangeley Lakes region Read More…

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