Aroostook National Wildlife Refuge

Caribou, Maine 4736

Aroostook National Wildlife Refuge

Aroostook National Wildlife Refuge Professional Review and Guide

"The refuge’s upland areas provide nesting habitat for warblers such as Blackthroated Green, Canada, Bay-breasted, Cape May, and Blackburnian Warbler. Boreal Chickadee and Gray Jay are also fairly common in upland woods here, as are Ruffed Grouse.

American Black Duck, Wood Duck, Hooded Merganser, Ring-necked Duck, Canada Goose, Bald Eagle, Great Blue Heron, and Belted Kingfisher frequent refuge wetlands. Upland Sandpiper, Bobolink, and Savannah Sparrow find suitable habitat on refuge grasslands."

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Caribou
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Spring brings a wave of migrant warblers. These are evident in midand late May and into early summer. Nesting waterfowl are also abundant at this time. In early spring, which means mid- to late April and early May in Aroostook County, American Woodcock arrive.
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Aroostook National Wildlife Refuge
Local Contacts
DeLorme: Maine Atlas and Gazetteer: Page 65, A3; Page 65, B2
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