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Rare Bird Alert October 22 – 28, 2012

Reporting Period: October 22 – 28, 2012 Area: State of Maine Compilers: Doug Hitchcox Noteworthy Species Mentioned: Greater White-fronted Goose Snow Goose Northern Pintail Ruddy Duck Manx Shearwater Golden Eagle Rough-legged Hawk American Coot Little Gull Iceland Gull Forster's …

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Rare Bird Alert October 15 – 21, 2012

Reporting Period: October 15 – 21, 2012 Area: State of Maine Compiler: Doug Hitchcox Noteworthy Species Mentioned: Snow Goose Eurasian Wigeon Northern Pintail Ruddy Duck Sandhill Crane Hudsonian Godwit Baird's Sandpiper Short-billed Dowitcher Black Skimmer Short-eared Owl Red-headed …

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Thanks – Apple Day 2012 Pictures

This past weekend Maine Audubon celebrated the 25th annual Apple Day Celebration at Gilsland Farm in Falmouth. We were lucky to have an abundance of visitors join us and enjoy the sunshine, music, apples, cider and the general  fun and company. We couldn't have done anything without our crew of …

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The Demonstrated Value of Citizen Scientists

Winter is near and our citizen science project activity is in the reporting phase, and once again we thank the many, many volunteers, partners, interns, and patrons who make our science based conservation efforts possible throughout the seasons. We found a story worth highlighting which further …

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Rare Bird Alert October 1 – 7, 2012

Reporting Period: October 1 – 7, 2012 Area: State of Maine Compiler: Doug Hitchcox Species Mentioned: Greater White-fronted Goose Eurasian Wigeon Eared Grebe Sandhill Crane Hudsonian Godwit Lesser Black-backed Gull Glaucous Gull Caspian Tern Black Skimmer Rufous Hummingbird Red-headed …

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Staff Outing to Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens

Maine Audubon staff travelled from many points across the state to meet at the Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens to celebrate the wonderful beauty they have created in the vast grounds and to spend some time together. The day was "September perfect" and for many staff members this was the first …

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