Birding the northern forest is
exciting, extraordinarily rich in unusual birds. Massive
logging trucks, rough and signless roads make it
challenging, but there is nothing else like it in the
eastern United States.
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:
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.