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I spy with my little eye....

From Casco Bay to Penobscot Bay, Midcoast Maine is defined by long rocky peninsulas and island-studded bays. This is the beginning of the Atlantic boreal coast. The cool maritime climate and shallow soil favors a forest of red spruce and fir, which is in turn reflected by the land birds one finds here. Much like the mountain and northern forest regions, the Midcoast forest features a remarkable variety of northern warblers. Swainson’s Thrush, Red-breasted Nuthatch, Winter Wren, Golden-crowned Kinglet, Dark-eyed Junco, and White-winged Crossbill are other typical species of the region.


We have proudly partnered with the Cornell Ornithology Lab to offer region-specific bird watching excursions and tours. See local birdlife up close and personal with informative guided walks and detailed information about our area’s favorite birds. Shorebirds, passerines, raptors, and waterfowl are just some of the species of birds you may encounter on your journey with us.

Follow the Migrations with fellow bird enthusiasts:

For more information on the Cornell Ornithology Lab, please explore their website here. If you are interested in participating in our partner hotel properties birding adventures, please send us an email at