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Spring Road, Auburn

We did it again today, another great walk on the Whitman Spring Trail with 10 great people … it ended up four people did not make it for a variety of reasons. And the weather fully cooperated, just cloudy, no Read More…

Chuck Peters’ home, New Gloucester

Another great day, just like summer, even a bit too hot. Eleven people gathered at Chuck and Ellen Peter’s home to walk their woods and area. At first the birds were quiet but as the morning went on we found Read More…

Ina Smalls, Greene

Another great spring day, sunny and warm, no wind, no rain, and again lots of birds. Ten people visited Ina Small’s in Litchfield and everyone had a marvelous time. The best bird was the Black-billed Cuckoo … three of them, Read More…

Warren Warbler Walk

An unofficial impromptu walk was held today to take advantage of the current migration wave. We started at 7:00 am, with intermittent  sun and clouds, giving way to mostly sun. however, about mid-morning the wind came up an was quite Read More…

Sylvester Property; Auburn

Today was a bit windy but the sun made up for it, and so did the birds. We had a great morning walking the paths at Bill Sylvester’s and then the Benjamin’s in Auburn. Ten people with face masks worked Read More…

Papermill Trail, Lisbon: May 6, 2020

What a great day. The morning started bright and sunny with no wind. As for the birds today, we had a good list of birds but not many of each species. Some warblers are in and a few were seen Read More…

The Benefits of Getting Outside

Greetings to each of you. As we all adjust to the new reality of our lives with the COVID 19 virus, the news can seem overwhelming. These circumstances have reaffirmed how wonderful the gift of Thorncrag Nature Sanctuary is for Read More…

Tracking at Woodbury

On February 15th Judy Marden, Elaine Freeman, Penny Jessup, and Steve Reed, leader, went to the Stanton Bird Club’s Sanctuary in South Monmouth to find the tracks of local animals. The conditions were less than ideal. It was 0 degrees Read More…

Marginal Way – Ogunquit & Wells

Saturday January 11. Beautiful weather; temps hit 60 degrees. Cloudy star, giving way to sun in late morning. Participants: Doug Boyd, Judy Marden, Dan Marquis, Joan & Stan Deorsey, Una & Brad Tuc, Tom Hayward, Steve Reed(leader & recorder) Birds Read More…

Christmas Bird Count 2019

The Stanton Bird Club conducted its 40th Christmas Bird Count of the Lewiston and Auburn area on Saturday, December 21st. In total, twenty-three people participated and recorded 45 species; the average since 2000 is 48. There was 1″ of snow Read More…