sheep in snowy yard of a white home
Though parts of Maine may feel increasingly crowded today, the shadow of loss still haunts our islands, woodlands, and memories.
Maine’s working waterfronts are a national treasure — and an economic lifeline to the rest of New England and the world.
a red oak and white pine in a mixed-wood forest
In a northern mixed-wood forest, each tree species finds its most favorable micro-topography to thrive.
The Maine coast has always been at the center of a vortex of fog during the summer, but not this year.
Millions of showy little shorebirds called red-necked phalaropes once descended on Passamaquoddy Bay during their fall migration. Then, they seemed to up and vanish.