A flock of researchers is analyzing data from two statewide surveys.
Although extirpated from Maine by the 1890s, wolf DNA survives in the state’s thriving coyote population.
The anniversary of the renowned conservation effort finds Maine’s reestablished puffin colonies at a turning point.
We asked him a few questions about his favorite photography subject.
Increasingly accessible tech has allowed outdoors photographers to turn trail cams into an art form.
The Science Dogs of New England are helping researchers turn up elusive, endangered wood turtles.
For a lot of reasons, it turns out.
Down east fishermen once hauled in drums full of "slime eels" by the thousands. Might they someday again?
More than 30 years later, the biologist who spearheaded the effort reflects on the challenges — and what might have been.
Should protections afforded to U.S. waters by the Clean Water Act extend to wetlands?
Data collected by the citizen-science project indicates that about one of every three frogs, toads, and salamanders crossing a road gets run over.
Though parts of Maine may feel increasingly crowded today, the shadow of loss still haunts our islands, woodlands, and memories.