Weekly Notes – April 28, 2013

Cowslips, Hummingbirds, salamanders and snakes all make an appearance. New categories are added offering Volunteer & Events and a discussion on Public Policy in this weeks Maine Nature News.

Quoddy Nature Notes – Spring 2013

Waiting for the Timberdoodle to know that spring is really here in the Quoddy Region.

Weekly Notes, March 10, 2013

Bohemian Waxwings and Snow Buntings visit from the north, a lesson to understand the new moon while marcescence leaves whisper the promise of spring and lichen bloom.

Weekly Notes March 3, 2013

Hoarfrost, horned larks and horned grebes, Maquan and fisher tracks, but not necessarily in that order in this weeks Maine Nature News.

Weekly Notes, February 17, 2013

Northern Hawk Owl, Winter Survival and a history lesson in this weeks Maine Nature News.

Quoddy Nature Notes

The Red Breasted Nuthatch enjoys a suet feeder in the winter coniferous forest.

Quoddy Nature Notes – Redpolls

Common Redpoll winter migrant to Maine

January 2, 2013

The final week of 2012 ended with two snowstorms then cold temps that today will likely remain at or below zero in the northern areas and well below freezing along the moderate coastline.  Click here for today’s snow depth report for Maine and the North East.  There is only a few inches on the ground in […]

Robin’s Journal – Finally, The Frost

I went to a Landscaping for Wildlife workshop given by Lisa Kane of Maine Inland Fisheries & Wildlife a few weeks ago, and have an idea of what I’ll be planting for the birds. The garden will be approximately one-half acre.

Bird Identification

I was in Maine at the end of May. I am a photographer and photographed a bird while I was there. I would like to know if you could identify it for me. They were photographed in Kennebunk.