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Spring in Maine

The birds are flooding back. But just as much fun - the resident birds are getting frisky. Our rare northern woodpeckers are courting, making themselves easier to find.  


Maine had a long winter, but remarkably, all the migrants and all the residents are right on schedule.

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New Summer Tours
now open for registration:

Chase puffins, razorbills, murres, shearwaters, jaegers, and skuas, Chase spruce grouse, boreal chickadees, American Three-toed Woodpeckers, Black-backed Woodpeckers, and lots of warblers. See:

Mountains to the Sea

Authentic Downeast

Maine's Winged Migration


Razorbills
Maine Birding TrailThere are 82 sites on the official Maine Birding Trail.

Many more great sites were researched and remain relatively secret. Over 260 are documented and mapped in this handy guide, including maps, and bonus chapters on the Canadian islands of Campobello and Grand Manan.

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Razorbill and PuffinWings, Waves, Woods Festival
May 15-17

Down East Spring Birding Festival May 22-25

Acadia Birding Festival

May 28-31

Northern Maine Birding Festival
June 6

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Maine eBird
Explore Maine eBird - a map-based tool designed to provide quick access to birding information.

Join the Maine Birding Listserv for e-mail bird alerts from around the state.

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