The MAINE BIRDING TRAIL makes it easier to do-it-yourself.
But nothing beats having someone along who is familiar with the local
birds, including their songs, habits, and secret locations. Here are
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Maine Audubon offers walks, trips, and tours. It also maintains
the state's e-mail listserv, enabling birders to post and receive immediate alerts on unusual sightings.
Maine eBird customizes and brings home the benefits
of eBird to the Pine Tree State - for birders in the 21st Century.
Explore, post sightings, read reports.
VisitMaine.com is the most comprehensive tool for planning a Maine adventure. Sight-seeing, wildlife-watching, activities, packaged excursions, accommodations, and dining...all at one site.
Hospitality Maine maintains a searchable database of accommodations and restaurants in the state.
The Maine Tourism Association also provides lodging and restaurant information. Additionally, it offers information on regional events, adventure, and shopping opportunities.
Maine Sporting Camps are located on Maine's most scenic lakes and in the more remote parts of the northern forest. Some are over a hundred years old, yet the amenities are often modern and the food extraordinary. Perfect for exploring the wilder parts of Maine.
Camp Maine is the place to explore the state's many campgrounds. Maine is the most forested state in the nation, and boasts countless lakes and ponds, and a coastline longer than California. From rustic tent camping to RV parks, search for the ideal site.
Maine public lands include state parks, historic sites, remote reserved land, and multi-use trails. Search the state database for the perfect adventure.