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Bird Photos Needed

eBird and Merlin Need Your Bird Photos   Last November, eBird partnered with the Cornell Lab of Ornithology’s Macaulay Library to bring direct photo upload to eBird. In one year, more than 35,000 eBirders have contributed in excess of 1.5 million Read More…

December Meeting About Fishers

Join us at our next meeting, Monday, December 5, and learn all about Fishers, as presented by Ben Nugent. The meeting will begin at 6:30pm in room 285 at the USM Lewiston – Auburn College, 55 Westminster St., Lewiston.  Ben Nugent Read More…

L/A Lakes and Rivers

November 5, 2016; Androscoggin River, Lake Auburn, The Basin and Sabattus Pond. It was a perfect day for our Lakes and rivers trip; a little bit cold, but no wind, with the sun playing hide-n-seek with the clouds. The ducks Read More…

Sabattus Pond – 10/26

This morning was the last Wednesday walk for the year, at Sabattus Pond looking for ducks. We had a great turn out, 14 people. It started cold and windy with the wind pushing up white caps at the south end Read More…

Packard Farm – Lisbon

Eight people turned out at the Packard-Littlefield Farm to look for sparrows, and anything else of note, and indeed the sparrows got the message and were there in numbers. As were Yellow-rumped Warblers and 2 or 3 Yellow Palm Warblers Read More…

Saint Peter’s Cemetery

September 17th…Beginners Bird Walk at St. Peters Cemetery… Participants–Penny Jessup, Nina Kidwell, and Bruce and Sandy Kunath, Leader Steve Reed. Beautiful weather and 4 people on their 1st Stanton bird walk. The participants were interested in flowers and we spent Read More…

Cathance River Preserve

We had a nice walk, only slightly damp at the end. Six people came to the Cathance River Preserve, and as the saying goes, the best birds are often seen in the parking lot. Gordon Smith found an Olive-sided Flycatcher Read More…

Woodbury Sanctuary – 8/17/16

We missed the rain completely, a few dark clouds passed over but we had a very nice and dry walk at Woodbury. Five people came and the hi-light was two Sandhill Cranes. Not sure if they were adults or young, Read More…

Annual Meeting – Monday, Oct 3rd

SBC Annual Meeting flyer Join us for a fabulous dinner at the Ramada Inn in Lewiston, followed by speaker Lee Kantar who will discuss the Health of the Maine Moose Population.  RSVP for dinner required.