Upcoming Events at Maine Audubon

Special Offer for New Members

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Join Maine Audubon between June 1 and August 31, 2016 and you’ll receive a Maine Audubon tote as a thank you!

Our new tote features artwork by Maine artist, Jada Fitch, folds into a built-in pouch and makes remembering to bring your own grocery bag easy!

Your membership support helps Maine Audubon protect endangered and rare wildlife, keep eight beautiful nature sanctuaries open to the public, and engage thousands of Mainers in citizen science research.

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Plan Your Summer Stay at Borestone Mountain!

Rent the historic Adirondack style lodges at Borestone Mountain Audubon Sanctuary and enjoy summer days hiking in the Hundred Mile Wilderness region, swimming and canoeing in the sanctuary’s mountain ponds or just relaxing on the lodge porch with a good book.

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Volunteer Anglers Needed for Brook Trout Survey

Native trout - Bastian photoIf you love to fish for brook trout and are looking for an adventure, we need you! 

Volunteer anglers are needed to survey hundreds of ponds in northern Maine and coastal streams ranging from Kittery to Lubec.

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Help Shape What’s Next for Solar In Maine

Solar PanelsMaine Audubon is co-sponsoring a series of educational forums called “The Future of Solar in Maine: A Conversation with Maine Leaders about Solar Policy.”

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The Maine State House in Augusta

What’s happening in the Maine State Legislature?

Stay up to date on the latest news from Augusta! Maine Audubon advocates for bills that further wildlife and habitat conservation in the state. What are our legislative priorities in 2014? Take a look and sign up for Action Alert list to receive up to the minute emails on the latest news from Augusta. Learn more >>

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Wildlife Road Watch – Lend a Hand for Science Today!

Join a team of over 2,000 citizen scientists in Maine who lend a hand for wildlife every day. We are looking for volunteers to monitor sections of road for living and dead wildlife. Your observations help our biologists identify ways to reduce wildlife mortality and keep Maine drivers safe. Learn more >>