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Mountain Birdwatch Route Maps - Maine

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Many of Maine's routes offer a unique opportunity to hike along old logging roads to reach some of Maine's wildest places. Here, in the Caribou Pond region, volunteers may encounter more moose than people. © Kirk Betts

Many of Maine’s routes offer a unique opportunity to hike along old logging roads to reach some of Maine’s wildest places. Here, in the Caribou Pond region, volunteers may encounter more moose than people as they conduct their dawn survey. © Kirk Betts

Regional Maps

These maps depict the geographic location of each Mountain Birdwatch route in Maine.

Individual Route Maps and Descriptions

Each map below displays a topographic map showing a Mountain Birdwatch route; each route has up to six survey stations where observers conduct point counts. The route number is the first number at each point, and the station number occurs after the dash. When two routes are close together, some maps may display more than one route; the focal route’s number appears before the route name in the map title. Each route must be surveyed in order, beginning with point 1, so an observer must plan to arrive at point 1 45 minutes before sunrise.

Many of the routes below have already been adopted by volunteers for the upcoming season. To see which routes are currently available for adoption, check out our Available Routes page.

*The landowner for this route has requested that we do not publish information about this route online.  Please contact Steve Faccio to obtain this route map.