How To and Where To
SUMMER: NORTHERN FOREST BIRDS
Boreal birds of the northern forest are often found along logging roads in the upper region of the state.
Maine is the most heavily forested state in America. The North Maine Woods is millions of acres of adventure birding.
Black-backed and American Three-toed Woodpeckers are hard to find in the north woods.
Northern Goshawk - the one bird you don't want to find in the Maine forest.
Spruce Grouse - maybe America's funniest bird.
SUMMER: ATLANTIC PUFFINS and OTHER OCEAN BIRDS
Visit the Atlantic Puffin colony on Machias Seal Island via Bold Coast Tours.
Visit the Atlantic Puffin colony on Seal Island via the Isle au Haut Ferry.
Pelagic birding and whales on Bar Harbor Whale Watch.
Maine has huge tides, big mudflats, and swarms of shorebirds in late summer.
Birding the Southern Maine Coast in Winter
Birding the Acadia National Park Loop Road in winter
Birding the Quiet Side of Acadia National Park in Winter
Birding the Southern Maine Coast in Winter - 6 Hot Spots
Birding Portland Maine in Winter - 6 Hot Spots
Birding Reid State Park in Winter - Lower Midcoast.
Birding the Upper Midcoast in Winter - Knox and Waldo Counties
Winter Birding in Acadia National Park - Schoodic Peninsula.
Birding Downeast in Winter - Washington County.
The North Maine Woods Finch Invasion of 2022.
Boreal Birding in Winter - the North Maine Woods.