LITTLE RIVER LIGHTHOUSE, Cutler, Maine By Art MacKay in LIGHTHOUSES 8 pages, published 11/16/2016 Continue reading EXPLORE: Little River Light, Cutler
Development authority says it will begin consultation with First Nations on the plan this month By Connell Smith, CBC News The proposal for Saint John’s Fort LaTour site would see a small interpretation centre Members of Saint John’s Fort LaTour Development Authority … Continue reading Fort LaTour plan sees interpretation centre, walking paths and amphitheatre
Maine: Brewer Riverwalk Reconnects Penobscot River Cities across the country are revitalizing their waterfronts, uncovering and transforming former industrialized landscapes into lush green corridors. This trend is inspiring residents and visitors to reconnect with their urban waterways. Maine offers a handful … Continue reading Maine: Brewer Riverwalk Reconnects Penobscot River
Passamaquoddy Bay is known to have the highest biodiversity along the Northeast Atlantic coast. Does it need protection from continued attempts to turn it into an industrial port? Marine Protected Areas (MPA) are created to protect special areas in our oceans around the world. The Passamaquoddy Bay Area or Quoddy Region is located at the northern reaches of the Gulf of Maine and is shared by the USA and Canada and is it one of those places that needs protection. It is time to work together to protect this special place for future generations. For decades, large polluting industries have … Continue reading MPA: QUODDY: Protect It or Lose It
From a post on one of the sites I follow …Pigeon Guillemots – My little muses. Click through for more great photos and dialogue. These little guys are from out west. We have guillemots here too … one of my … Continue reading Pigeon Guillemots – Cousins from Out West
Top 5 Northeast Motorcycle Roads (2015 edition)—Bill BeleiDocs.com https://docs.com/d/embed/D25195088-8182-7389-5150-000906052230%7eM3f2db3db-fdd6-2f75-92cf-05877319999e Continue reading TRAVELING BY BIKE? Here’s the top routes to follow!
Source: 2 rare right whales spotted in Cape Cod Bay – News – capecodtimes.com – Hyannis, MA Center for Coastal Studies image under NOAA permit #14603-1 North Atlantic right whales were spotted this week feeding in Cape Cod Bay. … Continue reading THEY ARE BACK! Two Rare Right Whales Spotted in Cape Cod Bay – capecodtimes.com