Jamies Pond

Rose-breasted Grosbeak
Jamies Pond is a Maine Wildlife Management Area in Hallowell. Mature hardwoods prevail, providing a home to ovenbirds, winter wrens, red-eyed vireos, scarlet tanagers, rose-breasted grosbeaks, eastern wood-pewees, and black-throated blue warblers. Thrushes include equal numbers of hermit, wood, and veery. Other breeding warblers likely to be encountered include black-throated green, black-and-white, and blackburnian. Canada warblers lurk in dense, tangled underbrush. On forest edges, expect American redstarts, and magnolia, Nashville and chestnut-sided warblers, and least flycatchers. Several foot trails surround the pond and adjacent hills. The pond offers the additional opportunity to scan for bald eagles, waterfowl, and flycatchers.

Directions: From Water Street in Hallowell, turn up Central Street, proceed 1.5 miles. Turn left onto Shady Lane for 0.4 miles, then right onto Outlet Road. Follow Outlet Road past Maple Hill Farm Inn, then turn right onto the small road that leads to Jamies Pond. Though there are no directional signs to Jamies Pond, the route to Maple Hill Farm Inn is well marked.
Jamies Pond Rd
Farmingdale, ME 04344

GPS: 44.285659, -69.852074