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Peony Update, Ice Cream Flavors, & the Day Before

Our peonies in the formal gardens and in the wilder areas of our meadows and the woodland edges are in full bloom, and there are many buds left waiting to open. Join us as we honor our long time supporters – the more than 1,600 people, businesses, and organizations who have supported Maine Audubon …

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The Peonies of Gilsland Farm

Each June, hundreds of people flock to Gilsland Farm, Maine Audubon's headquarters in Falmouth, for the spectacular peony show. Professional and amateur photographers, along with peony aficionados and plant lovers, revel in the sprawling display of these gorgeous, showy blossoms framed by deep green …

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Peony Profile: Gary Roberts

If you haven't had the chance to meet him in person, you might recognize Gary Roberts' name from its high frequency in the Habitat Activities Guide. This Registered Maine Guide has led countless trips for Maine Audubon over the years. We caught up with this Peony Circle member to find out what …

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Great Works Dam Removal – Penobscot River

Maine Audubon staff members will be in attendance at a day long event, Monday June 11 2012, to mark and celebrate restoring the Penobscot River and reviving its communities, fisheries and wildlife with the removal of the Great Works Dam. The day kicks off on Indian Island at Sockalexis Hall with a …

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Around the Farm

As we prepare the final touches for next Wednesday's Peony Bloom & Ice Cream Social several things were apparent today at Gilsland Farm Audubon Center. Despite the torrential amounts of rain in the past week life is abundant, the peonies are in fine shape, and everything continues to move …

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