This hummingbird has ample reason to frequent this New Gloucester yard, where Brian Lovering took this photo.
Monica Strobel’s car might turn into a mobile home for this little squirrel, who took to hiding in the grill after being chased from the bird feeder in the Bowdoin yard.
Please consider these photos of the fox kits that are in residence in my neighborhood in Raymond, ME. They have been playing just outside their den, beside road, for a couple of weeks and seem to fearless of the humans that stop by to watch them. What Does the Fox Say? Nothing, they are very quiet. Thanks, Bruce Small
Sure looks like summer in Buzz Stultz’s Belmont yard, where a chickadee perches among apple blossoms.
In Dr. Seuss’s “Yertle the Turtle,” humble little Mack on the bottom eventually topples the despotic king with a burp that shakes the foundation. But that was in the faraway, fictitious land of Sala-Ma-Sond. This takes place at the pond off First Beach Road in Georgetown, where Diann Longstreet was there to witness the power struggle.
The luna moth is a pretty sight as it rests on the screen door at Diantha Grant’s house in New Gloucester, and she’ll be quite content if it stays there rather than coming inside and making itself at home in her woolens.
It’s a wonderful day in Bruce Small’s neighborhood in Raymond, where the newest residents include a couple adorable red fox kits who have taken to playing outside the den by the road and seem fearless of the people who stop to watch them. Any free-range chickens in the vicinity better take notice!
Acadia National Park is one of the first parts of the U.S. to be graced by the sun each morning, and Garrick Hoffman of South Portland was there to witness the dawning of this day.
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