Quoddy Nature Notes ~ White footed Mouse

Mice are fun things to study, especially during this time of year. It seems like in the attic or garage one can sometimes bump into a mouse or two.

Quoddy Nature Notes ~ Owls in Maine

While the Snowy Owl might be the most talked about, there are eleven different species of owl that use habitat areas in Maine.

Quoddy Nature Notes ~ Apples

A brief history of the wild apple that may not be so wild after all.

Quoddy Nature Notes ~ Juncos and Sparrows

Juncos and Sparrows are the next wave of migrants moving northward in Maine.

Quoddy Nature Notes ~ Bohemian Waxwing

Flocks of Bohemian Waxwing enjoy the more moderate winter temperatures in the Quoddy Region.

Quoddy Nature Notes ~ Atlantic Sturgeon

The Atlantic Sturgeon may be protected from predators by an ancient suit of armor, but that is no match for over-harvesting & unhealthy estuaries.

Quoddy Nature Notes ~ Critters of the Subnivium

Who are the subnivean mammals in the winter subnivium environment?

Quoddy Nature Notes ~ Vultures

It’s safe to talk about the Turkey Vultures, they’ve all flown south for the winter.

Quoddy Nature Notes ~ Cormorant

Two species of Cormorant can be found in Maine year-round however, the Shag flies south each fall while the Great Cormorant can be found in the cold coastal waters throughout the winter months.

Quoddy Nature Notes ~ Thunderbird

The story of Thunderbird