Urban Wildlife

Peacock shows his colors in Gorham

Peacock shows his colors in Gorham

This peacock makes his home in Gorham. This photo was taken in the spring behind my friend's house.  He is beautiful and has been living there for years.

Artist John Swan's work on display at St Joseph's Rehabilitation and Residence-Portland 7/12 4-6p

Artist John Swan's work on display at St Joseph's Rehabilitation and Residence-Portland    7/12 4-6p

Renowned Portland artist John Swan's works are usually on display in galleries in various parts of the world.

The Maine Wildlife Park is a great place to see a moose, bear and much more Maine wildlife.

The Maine Wildlife Park is a great place to see a  moose, bear and much more Maine wildlife.

The Maine Wildlife Park is a great place to see a moose, bear and much more Maine wildlife. 

The kickoff day for the Maine Wildlife Park’s weekend summer event schedule is Saturday, May 7 with a Bear Bonanza happening from 11 a.m.

The Maine Wildlife Park is a great place to see a moose, bear and much more Maine wildlife.

The Maine Wildlife Park is a great place to see a  moose, bear and much more Maine wildlife.

The Maine Wildlife Park is a great place to see a moose, bear and much more Maine wildlife. 


The kickoff day for the Maine Wildlife Park’s weekend summer event schedule is Saturday, May 7 with a Bear Bonanza happening from 11 a.m.

April Maine Tweetup on 4/28

April Maine Tweetup on 4/28

Come out and meet some of your favorite tweeps IRL! (In Real Life, as if you didn't know.)

April's Maine Tweetup will be Thursday night, 6pm - 9pm, 4/28 at Brian Boru's.

Think warm weather thoughts! If you do, we can hang out on the outside deck.

If you want to meet cool folks from Maine but you're not on Twitter yet, go ahead and get started now.

RSVP is not required, but you can do so anyway at our Facebook page.

BioDiversity Research Institute captures Bald Eagle laying egg

BioDiversity Research Institute captures Bald Eagle laying egg

Biologists at BioDiversity Research Institute (BRI) confirmed today that the webcam dubbed Eaglecam1, located in Hancock County, ME, has captured a bald eagle laying its first egg of the season; the egg was dropped at about 1:00 pm Thursday, March 24.