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Saturday April 30, 2016
  • Though piping plovers are designated as endangered in Maine, Colleen Bovaird of Wells was fortunate enough to spot one at Ogunquit Beach.
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    Though piping plovers are designated as endangered in Maine, Colleen Bovaird of Wells was fortunate enough to spot one at Ogunquit Beach.

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  • Seth M. Davis, a research associate in the College of Pharmacy at the University of New England, took these photos of a great horned owl and one of its two owlets nesting in a cemetery on the UNE campus in Biddeford. There were two adults and two owlets, says Davis, but one of the owlets fell out of the tree and was rescued by Avian Haven.
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    Seth M. Davis, a research associate in the College of Pharmacy at the University of New England, took these photos of a great horned owl and one of its two owlets nesting in a cemetery on the UNE campus in Biddeford. There were two adults and two owlets, says Davis, but one of the owlets fell out of the tree and was rescued by Avian Haven.

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  • A mama fox and her seven babies have moved in to the back yard at Hope Creighton's house in Thomaston. She reports that mama is healthy and beautiful and the kits are fun to watch.
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    A mama fox and her seven babies have moved in to the back yard at Hope Creighton's house in Thomaston. She reports that mama is healthy and beautiful and the kits are fun to watch.

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  • Diann Longstreet of Georgetown caught this seagull in the act of raiding bait boxes left behind at Five Islands Dock in Georgetown.
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    Diann Longstreet of Georgetown caught this seagull in the act of raiding bait boxes left behind at Five Islands Dock in Georgetown.

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  • Waxwings are always welcome in Kelly Mull's Scarborough yard.
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    Waxwings are always welcome in Kelly Mull's Scarborough yard.

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  • Looking like a forest fire, it's actually a sunrise as seen through the trees at Frye Mountain, taken from Richard Storey's home in Montville. But with windy, dry conditions in Maine, there's indeed a higher risk of brush and forest fires.
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    Looking like a forest fire, it's actually a sunrise as seen through the trees at Frye Mountain, taken from Richard Storey's home in Montville. But with windy, dry conditions in Maine, there's indeed a higher risk of brush and forest fires.

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  • Something appetizing must be below the surface of this pond near the Portland International Jetport, as the mallard goes head over heels – or maybe heels over head – while Brian Lovering of North Yarmouth watched and enjoyed a lunch of his own from shore.
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    Something appetizing must be below the surface of this pond near the Portland International Jetport, as the mallard goes head over heels – or maybe heels over head – while Brian Lovering of North Yarmouth watched and enjoyed a lunch of his own from shore.

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  • Like a curtain to be lifted, a cloudy sky hangs over Spring Point Lighthouse while a child walks on Willard Beach, all of which makes for an impressive photo by Sharon Tetreau of Portland.
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    Like a curtain to be lifted, a cloudy sky hangs over Spring Point Lighthouse while a child walks on Willard Beach, all of which makes for an impressive photo by Sharon Tetreau of Portland.

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  • Surrounded by chokecherries, the robin has reasons aplenty to stay in Tina Richard’s yard in Clinton.
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    Surrounded by chokecherries, the robin has reasons aplenty to stay in Tina Richard’s yard in Clinton.

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  • Best admire this porcupine from a safe distance as it explores Ken and Penny Kacere’s yard near Higgins Beach in Scarborough.
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    Best admire this porcupine from a safe distance as it explores Ken and Penny Kacere’s yard near Higgins Beach in Scarborough.

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  • The male turkeys are strutting their stuff for the ladies at Windsong Woods, where Elizabeth Kellett of Walpole got close.
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    The male turkeys are strutting their stuff for the ladies at Windsong Woods, where Elizabeth Kellett of Walpole got close.

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  • Bullied by the bigger gray squirrels, this little red squirrel tends to be an infrequent visitor in Erik Bartlett’s yard in Casco.
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    Bullied by the bigger gray squirrels, this little red squirrel tends to be an infrequent visitor in Erik Bartlett’s yard in Casco.

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  • Easter Sunday was moving-in day for this pair of nuthatches in the garden of Jennifer Tuttle and David Kuchta on Whitney Avenue in Portland.
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    Easter Sunday was moving-in day for this pair of nuthatches in the garden of Jennifer Tuttle and David Kuchta on Whitney Avenue in Portland.

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  • With spring hunting season just weeks away, this big gobbler might be well-advised to stay in the Cumberland yard of Stacy Morris, albeit to the family dog’s chagrin.
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    With spring hunting season just weeks away, this big gobbler might be well-advised to stay in the Cumberland yard of Stacy Morris, albeit to the family dog’s chagrin.

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  • Sometimes a cedar waxwing will eat overripe fruit, but this early in the season, it’s not a concern in Joy Page’s yard in Sanford.
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    Sometimes a cedar waxwing will eat overripe fruit, but this early in the season, it’s not a concern in Joy Page’s yard in Sanford.

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  • It’s easy to see why the bluebird has long been a symbol of all that’s right in this world, and always a welcomed visitor in Judy Gray’s Old Orchard Beach yard.
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    It’s easy to see why the bluebird has long been a symbol of all that’s right in this world, and always a welcomed visitor in Judy Gray’s Old Orchard Beach yard.

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  • The same ducks keep returning to Barbara Wyman’s yard in Brunswick, where they feast at the bird feeders. And why not? They’re birds, too.
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    The same ducks keep returning to Barbara Wyman’s yard in Brunswick, where they feast at the bird feeders. And why not? They’re birds, too.

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  • The state bird of New Hampshire, the purple finch – which actually looks hot pink – is also a frequent flier and welcomed guest at the feeders in Erik Bartlett’s yard in Casco.
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    The state bird of New Hampshire, the purple finch – which actually looks hot pink – is also a frequent flier and welcomed guest at the feeders in Erik Bartlett’s yard in Casco.

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  • Ever one of the most colorful residents of Maine’s swamps, lakes and ponds, the wood duck casts a nice reflection for Cathy Wilkie Conley of Alfred, a frequent contributor to this section.
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    Ever one of the most colorful residents of Maine’s swamps, lakes and ponds, the wood duck casts a nice reflection for Cathy Wilkie Conley of Alfred, a frequent contributor to this section.

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  • Inconspicuous to anything scampering on the Ewing Narrows fields below, the bald eagle’s patience is certain to be rewarded. By Carol Fetters of Harpswell.
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    Inconspicuous to anything scampering on the Ewing Narrows fields below, the bald eagle’s patience is certain to be rewarded. By Carol Fetters of Harpswell.

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  • Looks like next December’s Christmas card, just taken in Pownal by resident Terry Allen. It sure doesn’t look like Easter.
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    Looks like next December’s Christmas card, just taken in Pownal by resident Terry Allen. It sure doesn’t look like Easter.

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  • The state bird of multiple states, although not Maine, this northern mockingbird isn’t fazed by Portland resident Sharon Tetreau as it rests on a branch at Fort Williams Park.
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    The state bird of multiple states, although not Maine, this northern mockingbird isn’t fazed by Portland resident Sharon Tetreau as it rests on a branch at Fort Williams Park.

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  • Look out, free-range chickens and any small critters whose purpose is to become part of the food chain; this cat means business and is not to be domesticated. And it’s found reason to visit Duncan Robertson’s yard in Acton.
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    Look out, free-range chickens and any small critters whose purpose is to become part of the food chain; this cat means business and is not to be domesticated. And it’s found reason to visit Duncan Robertson’s yard in Acton.

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  • Gluttony and greed are two of the seven deadly sins, and the American goldfinch on the perch seems to practicing them, warding off a colleague from a filled-to-the-brim feeder in Stacy Morris’ yard in Cumberland.
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    Gluttony and greed are two of the seven deadly sins, and the American goldfinch on the perch seems to practicing them, warding off a colleague from a filled-to-the-brim feeder in Stacy Morris’ yard in Cumberland.

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  • The snow moon is going, going and will soon be gone for many months, but Marc Mailhot’s photo in Falmouth will serve as a reminder of winter’s beauty.
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    The snow moon is going, going and will soon be gone for many months, but Marc Mailhot’s photo in Falmouth will serve as a reminder of winter’s beauty.

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  • Once its hunting skills are more formidable, maybe the little fox will get the bird, but all it had to show for its last foray into Gale Hart’s Durham yard was a birdseed stuck to its nose, which makes for an amusing photo but left the critter hungry.
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    Once its hunting skills are more formidable, maybe the little fox will get the bird, but all it had to show for its last foray into Gale Hart’s Durham yard was a birdseed stuck to its nose, which makes for an amusing photo but left the critter hungry.

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  • The red, red robin has already come bob, bob, bobbin’ into Bob Keithley’s Saco yard, a sure sign of warming temps and an early spring that will bring all kinds of songbirds back.
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    The red, red robin has already come bob, bob, bobbin’ into Bob Keithley’s Saco yard, a sure sign of warming temps and an early spring that will bring all kinds of songbirds back.

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  • Sorry, hunters, deer and turkeys are out of season and hence they can fearlessly mingle together in Weld, where Jim Knox got the shot of a lifetime. A camera shot, that is.
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    Sorry, hunters, deer and turkeys are out of season and hence they can fearlessly mingle together in Weld, where Jim Knox got the shot of a lifetime. A camera shot, that is.

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  • It’s a return to a bountiful feeder for this frequent flyer who knows he’ll always be welcome in Kelly Mull’s Scarborough yard. But he shouldn’t be too protective of the vittles; other birds are hungry too.
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    It’s a return to a bountiful feeder for this frequent flyer who knows he’ll always be welcome in Kelly Mull’s Scarborough yard. But he shouldn’t be too protective of the vittles; other birds are hungry too.

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  • Good fences make good neighbors? This squirrel probably appreciates its privacy in Bev Raymond’s Kennebunk yard. But it still gets curious from time to time.
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    Good fences make good neighbors? This squirrel probably appreciates its privacy in Bev Raymond’s Kennebunk yard. But it still gets curious from time to time.

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  • Like planes awaiting takeoff, geese gather near Limerick Airport where Peter Abate was walking. Just a cautionary note, geese: Don’t fly near any airplane engines. Would be bad for all involved.
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    Like planes awaiting takeoff, geese gather near Limerick Airport where Peter Abate was walking. Just a cautionary note, geese: Don’t fly near any airplane engines. Would be bad for all involved.

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  • Biddeford Pool attracts snowy owls, and this one finds a home near Jack McDonald’s digs at 33 Mile Stretch fine for scouting prey.
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    Biddeford Pool attracts snowy owls, and this one finds a home near Jack McDonald’s digs at 33 Mile Stretch fine for scouting prey.

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  • Smoke on the water, sea smoke, that is, and photographer Benjamin Williamson climbed onto the old battlements at Fort Preble to capture this dramatic image of Portland Head Light on a subzero morning when the lighthouse looked like a rocket launching through the water vapor.
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    Smoke on the water, sea smoke, that is, and photographer Benjamin Williamson climbed onto the old battlements at Fort Preble to capture this dramatic image of Portland Head Light on a subzero morning when the lighthouse looked like a rocket launching through the water vapor.

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  • The Bartlett family in Casco dubs this critter Gandalf the Grey Squirrel, and indeed it bears a resemblance to the benevolent, cane-carrying wizard in “The Lord of the Rings.” Just don’t try to get into the attic, Gandalf!
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    The Bartlett family in Casco dubs this critter Gandalf the Grey Squirrel, and indeed it bears a resemblance to the benevolent, cane-carrying wizard in “The Lord of the Rings.” Just don’t try to get into the attic, Gandalf!

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  • Recent mild temps might make this unadviseable – crossing Lower South Branch Pond at Baxter State Park on cross-country skis. But it was suitably cold when Jym St. Pierre was there to take this photo.
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    Recent mild temps might make this unadviseable – crossing Lower South Branch Pond at Baxter State Park on cross-country skis. But it was suitably cold when Jym St. Pierre was there to take this photo.

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  • Such a pretty female cardinal won’t be lonely at Kelly Mull’s Scarborough yard.
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    Such a pretty female cardinal won’t be lonely at Kelly Mull’s Scarborough yard.

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  • No two of these things are supposed to be alike, but it’s hard to imagine one more perfect than this one in Monique Marchilli-Barker’s yard in Topsham.
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    No two of these things are supposed to be alike, but it’s hard to imagine one more perfect than this one in Monique Marchilli-Barker’s yard in Topsham.

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  • The suet’s in short supply in Bev Raymond’s Kennebunk yard, testing the skills of a hungry bluebird during last week’s snowstorm.
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    The suet’s in short supply in Bev Raymond’s Kennebunk yard, testing the skills of a hungry bluebird during last week’s snowstorm.

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  • Looking like the ghosts of mariners who never made it back to port, sea smoke rises from outside Portland Harbor on one of last week’s frigid mornings that found Jewel Church of South Portland observing the untamed beauty at Portland Head Light.
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    Looking like the ghosts of mariners who never made it back to port, sea smoke rises from outside Portland Harbor on one of last week’s frigid mornings that found Jewel Church of South Portland observing the untamed beauty at Portland Head Light.

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  • Three’s usually a crowd, especially on Valentine’s Day, which is when Brian Lovering captured this image of an unwelcome intruder breaking up a couple’s feast in his North Yarmouth yard. Social etiquette apparently isn’t for the birds. At least not when food is involved.
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    Three’s usually a crowd, especially on Valentine’s Day, which is when Brian Lovering captured this image of an unwelcome intruder breaking up a couple’s feast in his North Yarmouth yard. Social etiquette apparently isn’t for the birds. At least not when food is involved.

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  • A long, thin sunset leaves shadows and vivid colors over the Scarborough Marsh as a mild winter’s day succumbs to dusk, with resident Ann Blanchard there to capture the impressive imagery.
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    A long, thin sunset leaves shadows and vivid colors over the Scarborough Marsh as a mild winter’s day succumbs to dusk, with resident Ann Blanchard there to capture the impressive imagery.

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  • “Who you lookin’ at?” the male cardinal seems to say while perched on a branch in the Casco yard of Erik Bartlett. Says Bartlett, this redbird is a regular at his feeder, which had to be replenished after heavy snow earlier this month.
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    “Who you lookin’ at?” the male cardinal seems to say while perched on a branch in the Casco yard of Erik Bartlett. Says Bartlett, this redbird is a regular at his feeder, which had to be replenished after heavy snow earlier this month.

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  • A hawk overlooks Mile Stretch Road in Biddeford Pool, likely for roadkill, while University of New England Athletic Director Jack McDonald, was watching.
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    A hawk overlooks Mile Stretch Road in Biddeford Pool, likely for roadkill, while University of New England Athletic Director Jack McDonald, was watching.

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  • The steel rails turn cold as the sun sets at the crossing on Route 231 in New Gloucester, where Brian Lovering of North Yarmouth was about to cross.
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    The steel rails turn cold as the sun sets at the crossing on Route 231 in New Gloucester, where Brian Lovering of North Yarmouth was about to cross.

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  • Stacy Morris of Cumberland didn’t have to go outside to get these photos of a male cardinal, left, and a female cardinal, as they were perched on branches right outside her kitchen window.
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    Stacy Morris of Cumberland didn’t have to go outside to get these photos of a male cardinal, left, and a female cardinal, as they were perched on branches right outside her kitchen window.

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  • An immature northern mockingbird finds a comfortable place to rest outside Kelly Mull’s home in Cape Elizabeth.
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    An immature northern mockingbird finds a comfortable place to rest outside Kelly Mull’s home in Cape Elizabeth.

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  • Rachel Brask, 12, of Biddeford was on her way to the bus stop for school one morning this past week when she saw this red-tailed hawk. Good thing she had her iPad handy to snap a photo.
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    Rachel Brask, 12, of Biddeford was on her way to the bus stop for school one morning this past week when she saw this red-tailed hawk. Good thing she had her iPad handy to snap a photo.

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  • No, this isn’t a charcoal painting or a black and white photo. Scott G. McMullin of Scarborough captured this image of Plummers Island, with sea smoke rising from the Nonesuch River and Scarborough Marsh.
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    No, this isn’t a charcoal painting or a black and white photo. Scott G. McMullin of Scarborough captured this image of Plummers Island, with sea smoke rising from the Nonesuch River and Scarborough Marsh.

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  • Moments after watching a flock of about 20 mallards waddle across a road, Erik Bartlett of Casco caught a few of them in flight.
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    Moments after watching a flock of about 20 mallards waddle across a road, Erik Bartlett of Casco caught a few of them in flight.

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  • Like a plane lowering its landing gear, this dark-eyed junco gets ready to land on a feeder, and Tony Scarapelli was fortunate enough to capture the image.
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    Like a plane lowering its landing gear, this dark-eyed junco gets ready to land on a feeder, and Tony Scarapelli was fortunate enough to capture the image.

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  • This eagle was cruising above a field in Casco, perhaps looking for a meal, when Francis Baldwin got this photo.
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    This eagle was cruising above a field in Casco, perhaps looking for a meal, when Francis Baldwin got this photo.

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  • Kristen Holmberg of Kennebunk spotted this seal relaxing on the marsh grass in Wells Harbor.
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    Kristen Holmberg of Kennebunk spotted this seal relaxing on the marsh grass in Wells Harbor.

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  • A cardinal and a goldfinch were among the visitors recently at Carroll Gautreau’s bird feeder in Scarborough.
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    A cardinal and a goldfinch were among the visitors recently at Carroll Gautreau’s bird feeder in Scarborough.

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  • Frequent Your Turn contributor Kelly Mull of Scarborough submitted this photo of the calm after a storm.
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    Frequent Your Turn contributor Kelly Mull of Scarborough submitted this photo of the calm after a storm.

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  • A downy woodpecker, top, and a cardinal hang out at Erik Bartlett’s home during a recent snowstorm in Casco. Bartlett said the cardinal was about to go to the seed feeder, and the woodpecker headed to the suet.
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    A downy woodpecker, top, and a cardinal hang out at Erik Bartlett’s home during a recent snowstorm in Casco. Bartlett said the cardinal was about to go to the seed feeder, and the woodpecker headed to the suet.

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  • Lee Ann Kinens of New Limerick snapped this shot of a blue jay getting ready to enjoy a snack.
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    Lee Ann Kinens of New Limerick snapped this shot of a blue jay getting ready to enjoy a snack.

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  • Could be prospective nestmates in Kelly Mull’s Scarborough yard, the bright red male cardinal and the paler female that seem to be eying each other as romantic interests. One thing for sure: They both are beautiful in the freshly fallen snow.
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    Could be prospective nestmates in Kelly Mull’s Scarborough yard, the bright red male cardinal and the paler female that seem to be eying each other as romantic interests. One thing for sure: They both are beautiful in the freshly fallen snow.

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  • The dawning of another day on  Forest Lake, where Paula Curcio of Gray was up to greet the sun.
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    The dawning of another day on Forest Lake, where Paula Curcio of Gray was up to greet the sun.

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  • Like water off a duck’s back, frigid Perkins Cove doesn’t faze the many harlequins that gather in the Ogunquit inlet on a sunny but chilly January day while Denise Johnson of Cape Neddick observes from above.
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    Like water off a duck’s back, frigid Perkins Cove doesn’t faze the many harlequins that gather in the Ogunquit inlet on a sunny but chilly January day while Denise Johnson of Cape Neddick observes from above.

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  • The red-tailed hawk hovers with minimal wing-flapping because of the strong southerly wind coming up the York Bluffs on Nubble Road, where Denise Johnson of Cape Neddick was looking up.
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    The red-tailed hawk hovers with minimal wing-flapping because of the strong southerly wind coming up the York Bluffs on Nubble Road, where Denise Johnson of Cape Neddick was looking up.

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  • Clouds that hung over the White Mountains lifted just before sunset, when Mary Heroux of Center Lovell was there to witness the heavenly drama.
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    Clouds that hung over the White Mountains lifted just before sunset, when Mary Heroux of Center Lovell was there to witness the heavenly drama.

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