With increasingly frequent run-ins between pinnipeds and humans, the nonprofit's passionate crew is constantly on call.
As lobsters move farther offshore, what industries will support Maine’s coastal economies in the future?
Mainers’ fortunes have long been tied to the region’s energy needs.
The prolific author of Maine outdoors guides covered 67 falls for his waterfall guide.
When is an island not an island? Twice a day, in this quiet corner of Cobscook Bay.
Penobscot Bay's 700 Acre Island is ringed with outcrops of what may be New England's oldest rock.
Pull up a chair, order a drink, and wait for a glimpse of the pre-historic fish.
And clears the trail. And cleans up the beach. For the Maine Island Trail Association's dedicated conservators, it’s all in a day’s work.
On a quest to sniff a downy baby seabird on a far-flung island colony, Kimberly Ridley catches a whiff of uncertainty.
In nature, not all flowers are created equal.
As alewives return to their historical migration routes, their restored runs are captivating photographers and other wildlife watchers.
The yak imprinted on his owners after they bottle-fed him to keep him alive.