Guy VanDuyn Refuge

Rockland, Maine 04841

Guy VanDuyn Refuge

Guy VanDuyn Refuge Professional Review and Guide

"Owned and managed by the Mid-Coast Audubon Society, this 30-acre parcel is open to the public year-round. Except for the trails and a few birdhouses placed on trees here and there, the site has little or no evidence of human intervention. Birds likely to be found here include woodland songbirds; warblers in the upland section; and waterfowl and shorebirds, including ducks and geese, on the river and marsh.

Bald Eagle and Osprey are always a possibility, especially around the marsh and river. In late summer look for Common Snipe; Virginia Rail are possible in the short grass of the marsh. Canada Goose are always a possibility. Many geese now remain in Maine year-round rather than migrating."

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Trail Information

Rockland
Nearby City
From May through August, morning and evening birding is excellent for songbirds in upland sections, particularly around the edge of the field.
Best Times
Mid-Coast Audubon Society
Local Contacts
DeLorme: Maine Atlas and Gazetteer: Page 7, A5; Page 8, B1
Local Maps

Activity Feed

Jul 2018