From deep evergreen woods and interior lakes, fields and farmlands, to world famous beaches and rocky shorelines, Maine is a paradise for birds. Over 450 species are recorded in the state and because it’s ideal for both migrating birds in the fall and spring as well as year-long residents, birders can see a multitude of species in every season. Maine has many sanctuaries, wildlife preserves, and local parks and both the spectacular Baxter State Park and the staggeringly beautiful Acadia State Park on Mt. Desert Island. All of these factors combine to make Maine a premiere state for both birds and birders.
This new field guide is the most comprehensive and up-to-date photographic guide to bird of Maine:
• 600 beautiful color photograph featuring 250 bird species.
• Clear and concise introduction, identification, habitat, and birdsong text.
• Tips and when and where to see each species.
• Organized by type of bird from waterfowl to finches.
• Complete state bird checklist, detailed state map, index, quick index.
• Printed on FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) papers from responsible sources.
Written by expert Maine birder and naturalist Nick Lund and filled with gorgeous color images.
About the Author
Nick Lund is a conservationist, birder, and writer. His work has appeared in Audubon, the Washington Post, Portland Phoenix, National Parks, the Maine Sportsman, and Down East. He lives in Cumberland, Maine.