A beautiful winter’s day on East End Beach in Portland. This photo was taken during the NRCM Polar Dip & Dash on December 31, 2012.
NRCM member Pam Wells of Old Town, Maine, has been sharing her wildlife photos with the Natural Resources Council of Maine for many years, and we are so grateful! Enjoy these photos from Pam of wildlife she has seen over the years—much of it on her forestland in Old Town. Thanks, Pam! To learn more Read More
Enjoy these beautiful Maine photographs by longtime NRCM member Linda Woods of Waterville. Linda shares her love of Maine’s environment, especially Maine’s mountains, through her photography. You will see from these photos that one of Linda’s favorite places—during all four seasons—is Grafton Notch State Park in western Maine. [tn3 origin=”album” ids=”85″ transitions=”default” width=”800″ height=”650″ responsive=”1″ Read More
Terry Sprague, a longtime member of the Natural Resources Council of Maine from North Haven, Maine (an island off the coast near Rockland), shares her beautiful Maine coast photos with us! Thank you, Terry!
Each week NRCM member Dave Small of Old Town, Maine, sends us his amazing photos of Maine wildlife (and sometimes a landscape or two, too!). These beautiful photos have been featured on our website, in our Nature of Maine calendar, and more. Enjoy these photos of Maine wildlife from all around the state, shared by Read More
By Glenn Adams Bangor Daily News news story/ Associated Press BIGELOW PRESERVE, Maine — Clouds from a light snowfall shroud the peaks of the Bigelow Mountain Range, which reigns over western Maine forest trails, luring snowshoers and cross-country skiers on a winter afternoon. Maine’s vast backcountry backyard offers outdoors lovers 3.3 million acres set aside Read More
More Extremely Hot Days Projected – Posing Threats to Public Health and the Environment NRCM, National Wildlife Federation, Physicians for Social Responsibility Washington, DC and Augusta, ME (August 25) – The recent hot and humid days in Maine could be nothing compared to the heat waves of our future, according to a new report from Read More
I shouldn’t admit this in writing, as I know that my boss Allison reads these posts, but until I started working for her, I never really spent too much time thinking about birds. It’s not that I disliked birds, but I never actively tried to identify birds that I saw and I never even had a Read More