Maine's Nature Connection
This past weekend, there was still snow in the western mountains and across the northern half of the state. There is enough to ski, snow mobile and … [Continue Reading]
Nature’s creatures pushing forward as the ice and snow lingers in the north, blood moon and bird language hints at spring.
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Juncos and Sparrows are the next wave of migrants moving northward in Maine.
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