Maine is a summer home and major migration hub for so many amazing species of birds! May marks the return of several different songbirds, seabirds, and shorebirds to our coast and forests.
Citizen scientists and birders have reported 134 species of birds at Beech Hill Preserve. Join Beech Hill birding authority and photographer Brian Willson for a guided walk as he identifies our avian visitors and year-round residents. Extra binoculars will be available!
This walk will be the second Coastal Mountains Nature Program event of the year. The Nature Program is a series of guided walks and talks exploring the natural history and environment of Midcoast Maine! Each walk is hosted by a Maine-based naturalist with a different area of expertise.
We will meet at the trailhead at 316 Beech Hill Rd. at 7:30AM. This walk will last approximately an hour and a half, covering about 1.5 miles of trail including a steady but gentle incline up Beech Hill.
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