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Milkhouse Farm – Monmouth

Cool early this morning and then a wind came up, but it was so bright and sunny, it was a great morning for a bird walk. We met at Milkhouse Farm in Monmouth. Twelve people found it without difficulty and Read More…

Packard-Littlefield Farm – Lisbon

It may rain tonight but there was hardly a cloud in the sky this morning as we walked the Packard-Littlefield Farm in Lisbon. We had a number of good birds (and no bad birds!!) The bird-of-the-day was American Pitpit … Read More…

Androscoggin River Trail – Lisbon

Nine optimistic people joined the bird walk this morning on the Androscoggin River Trail in Lisbon. The weather started out nice, warm and no wind or rain but as we walked back to the cars there was some light drizzle Read More…

St. Peter’s Cemetery

A beautiful day for a bird walk … and even the birds thought so as they were out in numbers. Twelve people met at St. Peter’s Cemetery, Lewiston. While it was cool at 8am (40s) there was bright sun and Read More…

Annual Dinner Meeting

Join us for the annual dinner meeting, Monday, October 7 at the Green Ladle – Lewiston Regional Technical Center. Our speaker will be Michael Good, founder of the Acadia Birding Festival, speaking on “Birding in Cuba” Get all the info Read More…

YMCA Property, Stetson Road, Auburn

We had nine people and comfortable weather at the Auburn YMCA property on Stetson Rd. The birds of the day were a cooperative Northern Waterthrush which most if not all folks saw and a Canada Warbler which only a few Read More…

Pineland Farms, New Gloucester

Another great day, more humid than yesterday but very comfortable this morning for our walk at Pineland Farms in New Gloucester. Eleven people enjoyed the farm and walk, and for some this was their first time walking there and they Read More…

Riverside Trail, Lewiston

What a wonderful day to be out looking for birds. Ten of us walked the Riverside Trail in Lewiston from Sunnyside Park to Tall Pines. We had three most cooperative birds … two Ovenbirds at the start out in the Read More…

Fitzgerald Preserve – Brunswick

This morning was relatively comfortable and certainly dry. Ten of us walked the Fitzgerald Preserve in Brunswick. The Clay-colored Sparrow did not make an appearance. However, Prairie Warblers, Eastern Towhees, and Field Sparrows were constantly singing, but seldom visible. Common Read More…

Sherwood Forest – Auburn

It did not rain. The temperature was not bad, humidity either. Ah but the mosquitoes and the wet trail. Nevertheless seven people enjoyed a walk in Sherwood Forest Conservation Area, Auburn this morning. We saw many birds but most briefly. Read More…