Pine Tree State Arboretum

Hallowell, Maine

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This 224-acre parcel contains about 75 acres of forest land, nearly 150 acres of open fields, and 5 miles of hiking trails. These trails are open daily from sunrise to sunset year-round. Around 120 different bird species have been noted at the arboretum. Songbirds, wading birds, waterfowl, grassland birds, and raptors are present. Some key species include Sora and Virginia Rail, Indigo Bunting, Bobolink, and Meadowlark. Eastern Bluebird are occasional visitors.

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"This 224-acre parcel contains about 75 acres of forest land, nearly 150 acres of open fields, and 5 miles of hiking trails. These trails are open daily from sunrise to sunset year-round. Around 120 different bird species have been noted at the arboretum.

Songbirds, wading birds, waterfowl, grassland birds, and raptors are present. Some key species include Sora and Virginia Rail, Indigo Bunting, Bobolink, and Meadowlark. Eastern Bluebird are occasional visitors."

Activity Type: Birding
Nearby City: Hallowell
Best Times: Spring and fall songbird migrations are prime times for smaller, landbased birds. Some (American Woodcock, American Robin, Turkey Vulture) arrive as early as late March, and the migration and breeding season continues into May.
Local Contacts: Pine Tree State Arboretum
Local Maps: DeLorme: Maine Atlas and Gazetteer: Page 12, C5; Page 13, B1
Driving Directions: Directions to Pine Tree State Arboretum

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May 2018