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Bird Watching Photos - COASTAL MAINE - - BY LAND

     
Photo Atlantic Puffins are always a big favorite! We will see them very well on our boat trips.
Photo by Les Eastman, tour participant
In order to catch fish for their young, Atlantic Puffins hold the first fish in place with their tongue, then catch another fish!
Photo by Les Eastman, tour participant
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Photo Razorbills nest on several rocky islands, along with the Puffins.
Photo by Les Eastman, tour participant
Another common breeding bird on these islands is the Arctic Tern.
Photo by Les Eastman, tour participant
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Photo Views along the coast are simply stunning. This is Bar Harbor.
Photo by Les Eastman, tour participant
Cape May Warbler breeds in some of the forested habitats.
Photo by Martha Burchat, tour participant
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Photo Yellow Warblers are readily found.
Photo by Meredith Lombard
We may see a Spruce Grouse, and would be exceptionally luck to find an adult male!
Photo by James Leupold
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Photo Common Loons are found on freshwater lakes, and along the coast.
Photo by Tom Amico
While observing Common Loons on a lake, we could also find a Wilson's Snipe along the shoreline.
Photo by Steve Dale, tour participant
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Photo Finback Whale is one of several cetaceans that we hope to see, especially on our boat trips.
Photo by Les Eastman, tour participant
Sooty and Great Shearwaters are true pelagic species.
John Puschock, tour leader
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Photo Wilson's Storm-Petrels pick food from the surface of the ocean.
Photo by John Puschock, tour leader
We are likely to see Bald Eagles almost daily.
Photo by Steve Dale, tour participant
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Photo Common Eiders are quite common! Here are several females with their young.
Photo by Les Eastman, tour participant
And we are always watching for a Moose!
Photo by Les Eastman, tour participant
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