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Bryan's Posts About Maine
Light and Tides
An adventure in birds (no turkeys) from the Maine coast.
Snowy Owls Arrive
As I had predicted, the Arctic came visiting this past weekend. Snowy Owls were discovered in Vermont, Maine, Massachusetts and elsewhere across the northern U.S.
Purple Sandpipers, Orange Lichen and Donald Trump
An oath for nature and a view from the Arctic on Inauguration Day.
The Arctic Comes Visiting
A Snowy Owl and Purple Sandpipers, among other blasts from the Arctic here at Schoodic Point in Maine’s Acadia National Park.
The Point of Schoodic Point
Warfare, birds, a sunset and news from Schoodic Point in Maine.
The Other Fireworks
Bursts of color and flight from the wilds of Maine and here in Montpelier, Vermont.
Life in Flight at Maine’s Eagle Hill Institute
From a classic field station and center for learning Down East in Maine, here’s a report on butterflies, moths, dragonflies, damselflies, orchids, lichens and some of the people who love them.
Discover Butterflies and Moths this Summer
They flutter and float, shummer and sparkle, in our backyards and our bogs, in meadows and on mountains. No summer is complete without them. And now you can discover and enjoy butterflies and moths during a one-week field seminar I’m co-teaching this summer in Maine.
Discover Dragonflies During My Summer Seminar
Pick any scene from the drama of life on Earth: birth, growth, beauty, courtship, reproduction, betrayal, murder. Find them all expressed in the lives of dragonflies. Shakespeare could have written the script for these insects. And now you can join the drama with my summer dragonfly and damselfly seminar near the Maine coast.
Monhegan Report No. 1: Beer and a Movie
In the gray dawn on Monhegan Island, Merlins were already on the hunt – Blue Jays in their sights. Like stunt jets, the falcons zoomed and twisted and swooped. The jays couldn’t decide whether to scold or scatter or both.