Birding Trails in Maine
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Birding Trails in Maine

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Maine has 42 birding trails. These trails range from 0.3 to 12 miles in length. The most popular trails are Schoodic Woods Campground Walkway, Beech Hill Preserve and Belgrade Bog. Trails.com member Steve recently completed R. Waldo Tyler Wildlife Management Area—Weskeag Marsh.
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Birding can be done from one of the roadside turnoffs; you can also walk out in the marsh. ...
Visiting Pemaquid Point is like going out to sea, but without a boat. The peninsula is ...
Bradbury Mountain is an off-the-beaten-path state park that offers hiking, camping, and ...
This 5,700-acre WMA stands out as a significant wild area. While the nearby Saco River ...
This is a prime site for a variety of seabirds, especially those that spend winters off ...
Once managed as commercial blueberry land, Kennebunk Plains WMA is jointly owned and managed ...
Schoodic Woods Campground Walkway is a hiking trail in Hancock County, Maine. It is within ...
This rail-trail takes its guests through a delightful stretch of rural Maine not often ...
This 224-acre parcel contains about 75 acres of forest land, nearly 150 acres of open ...
Moosehorn National Wildlife Refuge was established in 1937 to serve as a refuge and breeding ...
Bog Brook WMA, like so many other prime birding sites in Maine, is owned and managed by ...
Petit Manan Point is only one part of a larger system, which includes both coastal parcels ...
A quick glance at any map will show that Schoodic Point extends a far distance out into ...
Holbrook Island Sanctuary is managed as a nature and wildlife sanctuary, rather than as ...
Sandy Stream is managed by the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife. The ...
As is the case with so many other WMAs, this site remains undeveloped. A rough, clay-bottomed ...
The 610-acre Ruffingham Meadow WMA was formed when Maine’s Department of Inland Fisheries ...
The causeway is a favorite site for local birders. There are numerous places along the ...
Moose Point, a small seaside jewel in Maine’s state park system, lies about one-third ...
Birding could not be easier—a brand-new footbridge across the Passagassawakeag River opened ...
Mount Battie is probably the best-known peak in Camden Hills State Park. An auto road ...
The nearly 300-acre Beech Hill Preserve, a bastion of rural Maine set amid a rapidly changing ...
Rockland Harbor hosts a large number of gulls, ducks, and other waterbirds. The harbor ...
As with so many other excellent birding sites described in this book, Knight Pond is well ...
Appleton Ridge is a geographic wonder—an 8-mile-long backbone of open land with far-reaching ...
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