Mid-Coast Audubon members live from Edgecomb to Belfast, and inland to Augusta. Throughout the year fascinating and informative programs are presented (free!) in Camden, Tenant’s Harbor, Belfast, Rockland, Damariscotta, and Washington. There are numerous field trips to see birds and learn about the natural history of Maine. Come be part of the fun and learning – visit www.midcoastaudubon.org for more information.
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2010–2011 Annual Report (110kb PDF)
Knox, Lincoln and Waldo County residences who live in the Mid-Coast area and are members of Mid-Coast Audubon are eligible to apply for a scholarship to attend an outstanding week-long ornithology course presented by expert instructors this fall at the Audubon Camp on Hog Island. This opportunity comes but once in a lifetime, and those eligible are encouraged to take advantage of scholarships offered through the Chapter’s Jean Hamlin Ornithology Scholarship Fund. Contact Mid-coast Audubon.
There is a housing shortage for Maine’s 35 cavity nesting species of birds. Mid-Coast Audubon Society produces top quality Eastern Bluebird nest boxes bearing the “Approved” stamp of the North American Bluebird Society. Bluebirds, Tree Swallows, Tufted Titmice, Nuthatches, Chickadees boxes ($25), Saw-whet Owls and American Kestrel boxes ($30), Wood Duck boxes ($35) and Bat boxes ($20). The Chapter also builds and offers Oriole feeders ($20), Platform feeders ($30 and $45) and Log suet feeders ($15). Call 207-563-2930 or email [email protected].