Do you enjoy watching song birds at your feeding stations on cold winter days? Have you been startled on a woods walk by the sight of a spotted whitetail deer fawn? For many of us, observing wildlife is an important part of the joy of Harpswell. Feedback from our members and the many visitors to HHLT properties indicates that wildlife viewing is a big part of their enjoyment of the outdoors. We are fortunate that Harpswell has lots of open spaces and a wide array of habitats available for wildlife, both resident and migratory.
HHLT member Ed Robinson spends a lot of time outdoors and has a life-long love of nature’s diverse creatures. Every month he writes a new story about one of the fascinating animals or unique habitats you might encounter around town. These articles are included in our monthly email newsletter (you may sign up to receive the newsletter using this link).
If you enjoy these articles, you’re sure to love the book Ed put together, which includes many of the articles below plus some new ones, along with stunning photographs and ink drawings. Click here for details.
Below you will find links to Ed’s past articles. Ed welcomes feedback or questions from readers via his email address firstname.lastname@example.org.