Posts Tagged ‘birds’

Osprey (immature), April 29, 2015, oil pastel on paper by Rev. Paul Plante.

Dying priest hopes his paintings will make connections, even after he’s gone

By Troy R. Bennett on June 10, 2016, at 12:13 p.m.
Facing the inevitable, Rev. Paul Plante hopes that he will continue communicating with people, through his art.
Once out in the open bog of Bangor's Roland F. Perry City Forest, birders are likely to hear the singing of resident Lincoln's sparrows.

Habitat helps birders identify migrants

By Bob Duchesne, Special to the BDN on June 04, 2013, at 11:24 a.m.
There is no better time to go birding than June. The migrants are back, they’re on their breeding territories, and they spend every morning telling you where they are. They sing with the sunrise and continue the tunes through much of the day. Songbirds are easy to find this time …
A turkey takes off.

Turkeys not sticking around for Thanksgiving

By Dave Small on Nov. 22, 2011, at 9:48 a.m.
Happy Thanksgiving. These turkeys are bringing you a happy Thanksgiving greeting, but not sticking around to see what’s on the menu! A pollock fishing outing to Lincolnville produced an over abundance of catch-and-release harbor pollock and a nice six-fish creel limit. The black guillemot and horned grebe swam around to check out the action and were …